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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: February 28, 1963
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
regular
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Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
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Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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t4. Aged Negro Ed Strong listens In awed silence
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t -_-_-_ -- Charles Welch, district sales manag er of American Heritage Homes, Inc. of

Sheriff Reddish (left) tells legislative investigating committee In Home Repair Probe Jacksonville, was arrested here Tuesday, charged with two counts of grand lar..

how citizens of Bradford County are being defrauded ceny, and a third charge of soliciting wi thout license. He was later released under -

F I \ by companies.some unscrupulous home repair and shell home construction Legislators Get An Ear-Full without$3OOQ license cash offense.bond on the larceny ch arges, and $50 bond on the soliciting I i # tu


Sheriff P. D. Reddish made the arr est in connection with Welch's part in 0
___________ Through seven long hours, Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr. of
shell house deal that resulted in two mo rtgages, totaling $10,686, being record.
Starke and other members of a special legislative sub-
ed in the clerk's office here against a still incompleted shell house being built
committee sat in Gainesville last Friday and listenedto
testimony of persons victimized in a vicious multi- for a 77-year-old paralyzed Lawtey Neg ro, E. W. (Ed) Strong. The house was

supposed to cost $2,700, according to Strong. -
million dollar home repair and construction racket now -' '
The arrest of Welch was .
running rampant in Northeast ''Florida. : ;
At Legislative Hearing the first major move in a T: :
Defrauded by schemes almost too complex and clever
counterattack by the sheriff'soffice .t -e .
to >be described, the victims, some of whom had lost their against unscrupuloushome : .
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property by foreclosure of mortgages they never knew repair and construction --' -

I they were signing asked for stronger laws to prevent Dev. Authority firms that have fleeced home --- --
Sen. Charley E. Johns, Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr., and
Sheriff
others from fallinginto the same trap. owners in this area of thous-

l i wrjr !State Attorney T. E. Duncan said he was "apalled"by ands of dollars, as well as loss Reddish survey materials on site of proposed home Strong I

the lack of a criminal statute to penalize a notary of property by foreclosure of thought was going to cost him $2,700.a .

public who acknowledges signatures without being in the Requests FundsA mortgages frequently obtained -
concrete block house
through fraud.Operations approximately mortgage was recorded in the
r / presence of the signer. He recommended that such a law of the so-called 20x22, without clerk's office here to American

-j- be passed by the next legislature.Other bath without wiring and with Heritage Homes Inc. given
"wheelers and dealers" in this by
request that the Bradford tax revenue measures approved -
suggestions for curbing the operations of studding [no walls] betweenthe E. W. Strong with 144
area have been under surveil- pay
County Development Author- by the Florida League of..
gradulent companies included: bonding and licensingof rooms. A builder has estimated ments at $44
1 ity continue to receive $15,000 Municipalities. These would i lance in recent weeks by the per month, fora
._ salesmen and contractors; extension of the statuteof Florida Sheriff's Bureau, that a shell house of total of $6,336.00.On .
annually in race track funds provide for an additional one-
I Before a packed hearing room, Gary Bennett of Lawtey limitations 'beyond the present two years; the appli- during the next bIennium was cent per gallon tax on gasoline Bradford County's nearness to this type could be constructed Feb. 25 another mort-

tells committee of shoddy construction on a concrete block cation of usury laws to "time price differential" con- made by Carl Johns, author- and an increase of three Jacksonville has exposed citizens including materials for gage was recorded to American

I house he contracted for with a Jacksonville firm. Although tracts; and zoning and building codes for counties as ity president at the hearingon cents per pack in the tax on here to more than their 1200. The contract price, Heritage Homes Inc. from

contract price was 461538. Bennett wound up with a mort- well as municipalities. proposed local legislation cigarettes, sold within the share of shady operations, the according to Strong was $2- E. W. Strong with 120 payments -

gage for $9,000 recorded against him. Witnesses from Bradford County testifying the held by Sen. Charley E. Johns I[ cities. Sheriff's Bureau investigator 700.According to the Sheriff'sInvestigation for a total at $36.25 of $4.350.00.per month Total

hearing were Mrs. R. C. Crawford, Mrs. J. B. Wright, and Rev. A. J. Thomas Jr. I The gas ,tax proposal was said.Welch on Feb. 20 a of the two
mortgages
was $10-
Vincent R. Smith, Gary Bennett, and F. C. Hodges. All The authority official asked roundly opposed by a large was arrested under a 686.00.
that the division of race track delegation of petroleum retailers statute that makes it a felony -
: told of unsatisfactory dealings with construction com Clerk of
JE funds coming to Bradford and wholesalers includ- for anyone to depriveor Raise Asked the Court CharlesA.

panies. County be left as it is at the ing John A. Torode. Freeman defraud the true owner of Darby said both of the
Rep. Thomas and other members of the committeeare
mortgages received
present tune, with the first Register Jr., Jimmy Moore, the use and benefit of his were in his
working on legislation designed to curb such abuses. $15,000 going ,to the authority : Seeber D. Goodman, L. B. property by obtaining his signature For Officials office by mail from American

1II I and the remainder divided Alvarez, K. G. Duncan, and to a written instrumentthat Heritage. The date on the face
District Teams Clash 55 per cent to the School Sid Shuford. 'would effect this purpose of both mortgages was Feb.

Board and 45 per cent to the Mr. Torode said that the The charge carries a penalty In CourthouseA 5, 1963. However, the signature -

II County Commission. group he represented strongly on each count, or not more on the larger of the two

BHS Cagers To Play There was no objection to opposed the one cent increaseon than five years in the State was notorized on Feb. 20.
while the acknowledgementon
the division. Prison, not than 12
proposed : gasoline within the city more request that the maximum -
Johns said thV- authorityhad limits, and pointed, out that months. in the c unty. jail, or annual income of the the other mortgage wrs
dated Feb. 23. Both instru-
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In Tournament TonightBradford's carried on an active pro- 40 per cent of the present retail a fine of $1,000.According tax collector tax assessor arid ments had the same notaiv ,

gram to attract new industry. price of gasoline alreadygoes to the contract, circuit Court Clerk of Brad-
and the same witnesses, al!
Tornado cagers i meets the Bolles-Kenny vie to Bradford County. Althoughthe for taxes. the aged negro, who is on welfare ford County b& fixed at the unknown to court officia..
efforts have not yet met The city also endorsed an and unable to walk be-
net income of these offices,
Vincent R. Smith, another Bradford Countian, who was I will have their in the 1 here.
say tor.The with success, he said there [Continued on Page 5] cause of a stroke, was to gets up to but not more than that
I taken to the cleaners the "wheelers and dealers" title receives welfare
by tells his Area 2 Class-A District Basketball game will be played should be let-up in the Strong pay-
no paid the
story to Intent committee members. .Saturday, March 2, followinga Gainesville Resident highest county fee ments of $70 a month for
Tournament being held active solicitation of Industry : officer in the preceding cal-
consolation clash between support of himself and depend
here this week when takeonpowerfniLakeCitrat7 in the face of
they strong endar year was presented by
Three Tampa Men Are Arrested p. Friday's losers at 7 p. m. competition from other com Tax Collector J. R. Kelly at ents.

I m. tonight (Thursday). Admission will be 50 cents munities. If it finally becomes Brother Sister AreKilled the legislative hearing held

Saturday In Big 'Shine' Haul According to BHS Coach for students and $1 for adults. obvious that the authority by Sen. Charley E. Johns and Civitan 'Books

Erwin Land, "I feel that if we In Monday's games Lake cannot use the funds to advantage Rep. A. J. Thomas Jr

Three beat Lake City we stand just I City took chargfrom the they can be returnedto In High SpeedA Auto Smash-Up Included also was a request For Bradford'
Tampa men were ar- improper tae charge and tak-
$ the various county agencies,
) as good a chance as anybodyin first and lead 27-16 over St. that the non-fee offices of
rested Saturday night, February en to jail when he could not the tournament. The Tor- Augustine at the half. Ed Johns said. Sheriff and County Superin- Is SetA
: 23. by the Bradford put up bond. At the jail the nadoes will enter the tourney Moore was on target tar the City Asks Change brother and sister from ifler it left the pavement be- tendent of Public Instructionbe Project

County Sheriff's Department deputies discovered that drums with an 11-14 record and they:highly regarded Tigers witl: City Clerk Merrill Edwards Gainesville lost their lives fore coming to a stop: The automobile fixed at this figure.It "Books for Bradford"

_1 and charged with possessionand in the trailer contained moon- :have split two decisions with 16 points and John Grant with speaking for the City Council early Sunday morning when traveling at speeds was pointed out that the project has been slated for
transportation of shine and informed Lanier their 1963 Nash Rambler went estimated! in of 80 mph -
moon- excess
the tough Tigers winning one 11 was the Yellow Jackets requested changes in the highest fee officer for 1962 March 1-16 by the Starke
_ shine whiskey. that he was being charged game in the Lake City gym in only threat. city charter making it neces- out of control while travelingat by the deputies, first left was the County Judge who Civitan Club to gather read

-- in the Bradford county Jail with possession and tranport- three overtimes. In the second game Palatka sary that a candidate receivea a high rate of speed and the left side of the road going earned just over 9200. ing material through resi-
ation of shineMeanwhile of the turned over three times according in a northward direction, I
at cast
with bond set $3,000 each: Lake and Palatka toyed with Fernandina for the majority votes The ceiling on compensa- dents' donations for school
and with a preliminary hear other deputies had emerged the City winners by wide first four minutes and then in order to be elected. This to the Bradford County skidded sideways, then crossed tion of fee officers is now and county libraries it was

ing set the week of March 20 observed a 1962 Ford. with of went to work on the boards to would necessitate a second Sheriff's office. back over the pavement $7,500 which is also the sal- announced this week.
in the first round
are Harry Lanier 47, Charles out-of-date license plates from margins held run the score at the half 1 primary in city elections tn Dead are Roy E. Tetstone,, turning over three times before ary being paid to the non- Boxes will be placed at
the tournament Monday up
Lanler 24. and Sam Benny Alabama, which had been escorting week- 33-20. The Maroons, led by the event a candidate failed 29, and his sister, Miss Lennie coming to rest againsta fee office of Sheriff School designated pick-up stations
to facilitate this
Capitano. 24. the horse trailer but night had John Brock's 22 points and: to muster a majority of votesin Evelyn Tetstone, 21, both power guy wire. The three i Superintendent, another non- this Friday and will remain
end's The
.I The three were caught Sat- which did not stop when the little trouble play. with Tigers St. Augustine center Bob Steren's 21, provedtoo his group. At the present formerly of Starke. Both were were returning from the dog fee officer receives $8,000. there through Saturday,

urday night of S.R. 18 [the trailer was pulled by lawmen.A the much for the smaller Pi time the high man in a group killed instantly. races in Jacksonville.The It was pointed out to thelegislators March 16, the final day of
63-41 in
had observed the as they won is declared elected even A third person, D. E. Neal, brother and sister were
deputy
Road will
I Hampton when deputies followed -! rates. Charles Corbett was tha that from estimates the campaign. Residents
occupants of the Ford run- first game Monday. Palatka though he may not have a owner of the automobile also both thrown out of the car be-
became suspicious of the Pirates' high with 12 based on current volume of also be contacted by phoneby
ning back and forth from the with a 63-48 victory over man majority of votes when more of Gainesville, is in the University fore it came to a halt but
improper and out of date license : business done by the fee offices members of the Civitan
d plates. Sheriff's deputies car to the woods where the smaller Fernadnina Beach. points. I I I than two are running in the of Florida Medical Deputy Redding said that Mc- it would be two or thra Club during the course of the I
The will under- Center with serious injuries Neal stayed in the and
get car
short distance tourney i group.
I were patrolling U.S. 301 car was parked a years before the tax collector book drive.
south of Starke when they from the trailer. Upon way once again at 2:30: p. m. The city is also seeking a suffered in the crash. The crawled out after it stopped. would reach: the maximum The books will be donated, t

noticed two cars one pulling investigation of the spot several today when Jacksonville Bolles Wet And Cold bill permitting city police to crash occurred on US301 All four doors gave way and figure and from five to ten with the donor's name written I
against Jacksonville Bishop and make arrests out- north of Lawtey at the grade came open, although the interior !
a horse trailer traveling at a drums or moonsnine were goes pursue years before the clerk and, inside the cover, to the
I found. Kenny. At 4 p. m. Live side of the city limits whilein road leading to Joe Lamb's of the automobile was I
en when he could not put upml1tely I assessor reached the ceiling. Bradford High School Library,
25 mph. They stopped I The same Ford then was Oak 'will play Green Cove Weather May hot pursuit. residence. left relatively undamagedwhen The only offices that wouldbe the Starke Elementary School f
Springs to end the afternoon The only proposal touchingoff According to Deputies D. R. compared with the rest
the car pulling the trailer seen going past the county affected immediately by or the Bradford County Library l
I when they noticed the improper jail later Saturday night and action. After Starke takes on any protest at the heading ] Redding and Robert Green of the vehicle."I the change would be the non- if they cannot be used t
Lake City at 7 m. Perry will came when the city !ita who investigated the accident believe if they had been
I license tag on the deputies gave chase and arrested p. Break Records fee offices of sheriff and in the schools.
_I trailer. Charles Lanier on the play Palatka at 8:30: p. m. its presentation to the legis- which occurred at approxi- wearing seat belts they wouldbe school superintendent. Any useful book of any level,

The driver of the car Harry .. same moonshine charges. Cap- .s J.fjjj games on Friday! lators, asked support of tvro. mately 1 ajn. Sunday, the car alive today," Deputy Green At the present time the either fact or fiction. may be If
of 471 feet, [Continued On Page 5]
Lanier was arrested on the itano was arrested later last March 1, will find the Lives The current winter prom- -- traveled- a distance fee offices of clerk. assessor., donated. Date or type of covers -

Saturday also after an Investigation I Oak-Green Cove winner opposing ; ises to break all records for -- _collector and county judge on the books Is also im
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was made connecting -: the Starke-Lake Cityat F'' return as excess fees to the material.
rain as well cold.
as Januaryand
Junior-Senior him with the whiskey. 7 p. m. Second of tha two county all moneys above the Designated pick-up stations

Confiscated in the raid were semi-final games Fridiv is set February brought a totalof expenses of their offices. The. m Starke are Canova's Pharmacy

_ ,Musical Comedy approximately 227 gallons of for 8:30 p. m. when winner of 14.20 inches of rain to the following fees were returnedfor and the Florida Bankat

j ON WITH moonshine. 217 of it from the the Perry-Palatka contest county four inches more last year: county judge, Starke and Lawtey the

trailer and 17 from the '62 than the average for those $3.13; tax collector $644.45; Red and White Grocery. The
THE SHOW Ford. The Ford and the horse tax assessor, none; clerk of club also plans to set up stations -
trailer were also confiscated.A Driver EscapesAs two months during the past court, $108.31. The small In Hampton at Home's

_____ A Story of Circus Life I preliminary hearing was several years. amount of excess fees returned Grocery and in Brooker at

March 7 and 8 _hpld n__ Ththv_____ Ilf___n moon__ ___ on Car Hits Train I Louis Hill Fire Tower at was attributed to the increase Green's Store.

BuS Auditorium the charges of an impropertag At New River, Highland recorded the heaviest L t 4J in expense of operating The boxes to be placed In

7:45 P. M. and the defendants pleaded rainfall during February a willi the offices. the stations will bear a sign

Adults $1 guilty to the charge and John Edwin McRae 33, of total of 9.85 inches. New RIver to read "Books For Bradford"and

Students 75c were fined $50 each. Route 2, Starke, escaped serious tower was second with Fair Association Civitan Club banners.
I.js I _
: 7-4
j' inches. and Santa Fe tow- I
Children 50c injury when his 1958 I
Methodist Men Studebaker sedan crashed Into er reported an even 7. Over- To Meet March 8 C of C Reports

I Special Matinee"Barrabas" To Beautify a westbound O. S. & P. was all average 8.11 inches.for as the comparedwith month J,, For Fish Fry Rent Inquiries;
train Wednesday: night. The I
Church Grounds accident occurred at the crossing recent 6.09 Inches for January.In I The annual meeting of the I Needs Housing List

Florida Theatre on SR 225 at New River years the January Bradford County Fair Associ-
Monday at 3:30 :Members of the Methodist Station. average has been 4.33 inches ation will be held at the new The Chamber of Commerce
Men's Club will begin a major and February 5.83 inches.
Is having frequent -
McRae was travelling northon fairgrounds Friday night, reports that it
Benefit Heart Fund
1 project this Saturday, re-sod- The rains have kept woods I March 8, starting with a fish Inquiries about homes
ding, landscaping: and Installing 225 saw the train too late fires at a mIn1mum, with only -. fry at 6:30: and apartments for rent in

This Space Contributed underground irrigation on to stop, applied brakes swer- one reported during the New officers of the association Starke but has no listings at

Weekly to Publicize the church grounds. ved to the right and skidded past week, with eight acres for 1963 will be electedat the present time.

4 Community Events by All Methodist men are invited into the fourth car behind the burned. Since January there this meeting. All persons with furnishedor
I to participate in this have been 31 fires and 164.9 Amontothe fish fry unfurnished houses or apartments -
engine. .
The Community and asked to -- -- -
I project, are bring acres burned as comparedwith will be by 1963 membership lor rent are auea
tools and be ready for work at McRae escaped with scrat- Deputty Sheriff Russell RedoVug views the wreckage of the 1963 Nash Rambler in which
59 fires and 393.6burned acres card In the PaIr Association.New to Hat them immediately with
State Bank I'the church grounds Saturday ches, although his car was a during the same period a brother and sister were killed early last Sunday while returning from the doff races ta,I cards will be available the Chamber of Commerce, I

morning from 9 to 12. total loss. last year. Jacksonville A third passenger .in the cat escaped with serious injuries -.- at the gate for a fee of $L : phone 964-5811. ,

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I PAGE TWO'V. BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG 8APH, STAnKE FLORIDA THURSDAY FEB. 28, 1963,
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I -.Mr5. James R. Christie of I, Chili SupperTo SELLS AXGUS BULLS | RAKE SALEA

Baltimore, Md. was the guest : 1<
:1
: t of Mrs. P. D. Fancher from Raise Funds WHAT, WHEN Lucian Conner of Starke \ bake sale will be held

i Saturday to Wednesday. | For, Presbyterians 1 AND WHERE recently ol4] Aberdeen Angus j I: Saturday mwning beginning

Miss Maya Lee Thomas olil t j 0 ,_ bulls to John Green Sapp of j! at 9:30 .) m. in -front of Ca-
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t Jacksonville was visiting Mr. MerFof trie i4strresbyterlan t Raiford. James O. Waldron | iwva's drug store, sponsored
I t The -
{ .. and Mrs. Herbert Thomas onJ k of Lulu,
?r ; Church will Mar. 4 and P- L. \Vattersonof i!. by the Junior-Hi Method "
r : ,'GLADYS, MOOTT PHONE- : M4-0651 Monday. \j $ a fund-raising'' supper spqnsor onI '-Junior Woman's Club, 8 p.1 Starke. <:: Youth Fellowship.
f Mr. and Mrs. Harry Green ?- I
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/ I Wednesday 'March 6. from'5 m. club, house. :
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and"Mrs. : -
and family visited Mr.
"' : Eastern Star, 8 ,m., Masonic -
to 8'p.m. p
"'"E.'V. tJhason of Hampton J: D! Seymour"was i in Tallahassee Don McAdon in Jackson- Pi i1kkw4i I
: This group.has previously Temple.
II is confined in Bradford Coun- last Wednesday to Friday ville on Sunday. Mr. Green sponsored two fish suppers'j' Alar. 5

ty.'Hospitah with pneumonia. where" he was member also visited Lloyd Green in -' t' \ I Starke LORiDATIIEATRE
with great success and has expressed : Elementary PTA,
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Green on the panel at the eighth an- St. Vincent's Hospital '.l I 7:30: Cafetorium.
pm.
.. : Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Hazen 1 .. appreciation fOr the i
I Mrs! Eunice Clark and Mrs. nual Conference on Corrections Southsidc
; public support on those Oc- Elementary PTA
4. I Irene Johns attended the at PSD- "and Mrs. Alta Ashurst of Cocoa 'I casions. 7:30: p.m. Cafeteria. ;
I .. Methodist Church homecom- Mrs Elizabeth Rudd and attended the memorial > : I
i Tickets for the chili Mar 6
ing 'in Mayo on Sunday. family of Miami were visitingher service at the,Morocco Temple I supper
-T U.D.C.
'f LJ be purchased at the I 3:30: pm. home of
may
I .Mr.ncIMrsBenHaI1and: brother and sister-in-law in JaeksonVUJe last Wed- -______.- __ _u _I .... ,-.. 1, Bradford County Telegraph, Mrs. W. F. Glenn. -- ..
i S Jimmy und Debbie Shuford Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mooty nesday night for the nobles .
Mathews L at the church office, located Mar. 7
I spent the weekend at their last Friday. who have died during the past I Art Edith Key Executive \
next to the Board StarkeWoman's
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in the manse
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camp onthe, Ochlawaha River. ,Mrs; Donald Hardenbrookand year. The late Mr. Ashurst I
church [phone 96919911: ], or Club, 3:30: p.m. club
I -"Attending the Brooks Beau- Miss Ruby Green were in was a member of the Temple.Mrs. Gala Show 'For Women Only'At 6f: the Men 'of the Jaouse.; OPENING TIME: .
from
j ty'Show Jacksonville either Orlando on business last Wed- Lucian1 Hazen, ancLj i any .
I ;, Chui 1i. A'dvance ticket sales Hospital Auxiliary Board, 12 MONDAY THROUGH, THURSDAY
Mrs. Alta Ashurst attended a
nesday
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Sundayur Monday were beau- Starke Lanes Wednesday reservations are necessary. noon. Garden Restaurant.

I operators:. One Hutchings, ,Merle Grider Fernandina stork shower given for Mrs.' or Adult tickets are $1 and children I OPEN; 7:00 P. 31.! SHOW STARTS 7:30:
Sharon Gaines/' Eloise Dodd, Beach spent the weekend with L R. M. Barber at the Woman'sClub u .
... A new concept; in entertainment :- tual styling performed before I 50 cents. Methodist Ciiir! -
I LorrfiinQ Champion Elizabeth his parents. Mr. and Mrs. R. in Hawthorne last Tues Fill. 3:30: SAT. :00 SUN. 2:00:
will be presented witha the audience.

I :. Mattie Seymour Morgan., Sarah Lawson, and H.Mr.Grider.and Mrs. Ivan Hazen day.Two local l representatives of two-hour fashion show and -The' internationally famous Mrs. C. A. Knight Scheulc for* week of! March

and family of Titusville spent Gulf Life Insurance Co?; L. M: ,variety revue, "Time Out for dancr team"of. Heller and He- Hostess At Bridge 3: Friday & Saturday-.March 1, 2
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.. the weekend with Mrs. A. E. Irby 'and A. Q. Smith Qualified -i Fun." at Starke Lanes next lene will be on hand to demonstrate Sunday Hri"1: Hfhool. ,

7 Ii McKinney. Mrs. Jettye Hazen for the company's ''Presi Wednesday. the newest dances, Mrs: C: AT Knight'was-hostess 9:45: a.m. Mouung; Worship, TRIPLE FEATURE

.. To be read of Gainesville was also visitIng dent's Club in 1962.; They Billed "for women only," including the Bosso Nova and at a delightful dessert- 11. a.m. Snack Supper for

i Mrs. McKinney on Sun- will be honored guests at'' the and scheduled to start at 1:30: other specialties; bridge party on Washington's :MYF, 6 p.m Youth Meetings
pjn.: the free show has been Star of the, show will be GIANT SPOOK MUON I IO.
the .
:30p.m
day. i annual meeting" of. com birthday Feb. 22,rat her' homeon : Evening Service, 7:30: -
: understood designed to bring a dazzling Art Mathews ta.1ented'stage
'I Mr. and Mrs. Earl James of pany's leading salesmen in W. Call Street.An :p.m.

Wakefield, R. I. were weekend New Orleans May 2-5. array of fashions, music hair and television leading man attractive red and white Monday- Circle 2 meets at' 1 NO. 2
:
: and used. guests of Mr. and Mrs. Julian Mrs. O. L. Beasley under styling suggestions and exhibition and singer who will serve as color motif was earned out home of Mrs. T. C. Wade. 3
for the master of ceremonies for the 'I
dancing en-
McRae. went eye siITge y'in Riverside with several arrangements. of pm. Circle 6, meets at parsonage '
tertainment of women of the fast-paced production. '
and Mrs. David Mont- Hospital on TuesdayC-
: Mr. red roses. with Mrs. John R I, iiWc9IN
gomery and family spent Friday Mrs. W. J. Epperson and Starke area. Music during the entire Three tables of bridge and .Brabham as hostess. 3 p.m Vampire Queen Who Feeds I
and Saturday in Lake City daughter, Sally Ann. will complete fashion show performance be furnishedby
refreshments were enjoyed Commission of
Education
: {) Thursday to Saturday in .will be presented by DuPont; The Lester Lanin Trio and On Lifeblood Of Men!
their parents. spent i .
: .rFI'.J with during the afternoon.SeniorHigh ineets at church. 7 p.m. Of- : L
1 Miss Jean Mundy and Miss St. Petersburg where Sally with representative selections vocalist, Jerry Carr.A fi ia 'Bbard meeting at church':'
I
spent scholarship from leading American designers number of valuable door '
Frances Cannon of FSU Ann will compete for a MYF 8'pMri. tI BLAZING VaThpireBaI1eripa
the weekend with Mrs. W. B: I award at the Florid' and narrated by fashion prizes will ,be awarded to ladies : .

Mundy.Mr. Presbyterian College. commentators Edith Ivey and attending the show, and Has Hay RideThe Tuesday- Circle 1 meets in roI.ofIs
I refreshments will also be ser:' Fellowship Hall at 10 a.m.
and Mrs. Lowell Mat- Little Janine Gay has been Jerre Enberg.

Pilgrim hews and Bobby Williams of confined with chicken pox. the New hair styles will be presented ved without charge. senior-high MYF enjoyed with Mrs. Chrystal Smuckeras fl
All in the h stess. Circle 4' meets at ;
Neptune Beach were' Satur- past week. women area are a hayride around Brad- ..
i day visitors of Mr. and. Mrs. Mr and Mrs. Steve Keliey by talented professionals cordially invited by the man- ford County last Saturday home of Mrs. Gilbert Brown \... Exotic rituals .r,.:-- HELENE starring!

Garl Mathews. Sunday guestsof of, Jacksonville were weekend from the National Hair & agement of Starke Lanes to night and returning to the 10 a.m. Circle 5 meets at S bring the deadsi REMY

Mr. and Mrs. Mathews were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Cosmetologist Assn.. with ac- attend'the show. home of JImmy Smith for re- home of Mrs. Jack Hines, 10 I to life : -

; Bible Mr. and Mrs. William Flink Andrews.Mrs. Robert Hollingsworth and Local patients in Bradford freshments. I' a.m. I t I MtBNIMtmuto I1J! ARTIS1Si
John E. Patterson Chaperoning the group were Wednesday Circle 3 meets
and' children of Jacksonville. returned .
W. L. Carter Jr. are patientsin County Hospital this week include
in Mr. and, Mrs. Henry Godwin at.home of Mrs. Bill Shiner
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Hough to her home Beaver Doctors Hospital this week. I : Don Page. Mrs. Fed DeadOne

and daughter, Diane, of Jacksonville Falls.. Pa. last Thursday aftera Mrs. W. H. Thomson of Strickland .Malcolm Pownall, sponsors, and Rev. J. R. 10 am. Prayer Meeting and ,

: Edited by and Mr. and Mrs. E. month visit with her daughter. Monticello is spending this Bobby Baldree Mrs. Kate Brabham. .Bible Study 7:30 p.m. \

I R. Pelto Jr. and son, David: Beverly a student at Tj Thursday- WSCS Prayer ,
; Dr. E. Schuyler English week with her parents, Mr. Dixon; Mrs: Mabel MCClellan,
of Spencer, N Y. were Sunday of F and brother-in-law and Mrs. F. F. Stump. Fred- Mrs Mildred Kirchaine and Mrs. WainwrightSets Group in Fellowship Hall 9:30: \i NO.3 I

: Au.stedby visitor? of Mr. and Mrs. and sister, Dr. and Mrs. A. J. die Thomson of U. of F. will Willard Browning.. a. m. Primary Department i i I I

: 37 distinguished H. I. Hough. Barry.- be with, his family this week- Georg" Patten Jr. of FSU i. --' -Success- - story Hour and Junior Choir!1 .. _

: Evangelical' Jimmy and Jerry Lawson David Fenton of Sun Sports -----v was home fokthe weekend.Mr. Story In MusicThe rehearsal,. '3:15: p.mChancel l'' tv.' VINCENT PRICE
I. end.Mrs. .
: contributors attended the stock car races has qualified as a factory- F. W. Strickland and and Mrs. George Hug- chcE rehearsal, 7:30: p.m. -
.
at Daytona Beach Saturday trained outboard mechanic, children went to visit Six Gun gins and twins visited .Mrs. following item, under

c : ,PRESENTS the complete and Sunday.Mr. following completion of a: Territory at Silver Springs last Louise Jeffords in High the heading "Success Story in

I Authorized King James'text and Mrs. Charles Scott training course at the Sarasota I Wednesday afternoon o n Springs on Saturday. Music," appeared in the Feb'.1):
I and family of Decatur Ga. Service School of the Steve Strickland's eighth GAY'Si
with'a unique system'of'notes i 24 issue of the :Miami Her-
.
references and were weekend guests of Dr. Kiekhaefer Corporation.Mrs. birthday. ald! I

I: special helps, to clarify the1 and Mrs. O. L. Haynes: Jr. E. K. Ferryman! Mrs*. il. Raymond Stefanelli graduated Clay County 'Mary Lee [Mrs": N. D.I I Cartoon-"FLEETS OUT"Sunday

: Bible's deeper meanings'' Mr. and Mrs R. W. Honnoll Comer Ferryman and Mrs.: S. I Jan. 31 from Murray Sets' Annual Wainwright of Hollywood has i Appliances
I
S and to enrich and reward I and son, Harold, of Waynes- L. Peek Sr.; spent last. Thurs- State College. Murray Ky: Rabies found her success story in tHe I,

: the reader. yule N. C. are spending several day to Sunday in Miami with and received a Bachelor of I I Clinic world of music. As a composer :

weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. 'P rryman'S sister Mrs.!:Science degree in art. I [la member of ASCAP andperformer Monday, Tuesday-March 3, 4, 5
: Available in a variety of W. F. Heriong. John W: Griffin, and Mor- i The Clay County Health shfe is scheduled to

: styles and bindings.BULIMTON. Mrs. .Helen Kuchler, Mrs. C; F. Sayles; who i is ill. ; 'ris Anderson of Ochlochnee, Department announces; that give a versatile concert at' Ii I It I-

Hildabelle B nce. and" Mrs' : Mrs. L. G. Powell. and, Mr. Ga. and J-M. Stinson of the annual cbuntywfde1 .AntiRabies' 5:45: p.m. Monday on televi- "Gm ncr

Nlta: Downing of JacksonvilleWere and Mrs. William C; Powell Thomasville, Ga. spent the Clinics will' be' 'held sibn- station Channel 2. ,

I'' : visiting Mrs. Etta HooVer were in New .Orleans, La. over -. weekend with Mrs. Griffin &itwdM r'ch 30;:" Saturday -This- :'contferfembraces her ,' t .a )
on Sunday. and: Mr. and Mrs. F. F': ; Aphi 7; and Saturday], -
BEGINS WHERE
,, the weekend to attend the ,own compositions which she I
: Studio and Mrs. Goldie Bowen of New- f Stump. April! 13.
funeral of Mrs. L. G. Powell'sbrother wilt' pre'senf by piano, ukelele": THE OTHER
ton N. C. is spending ten days I Seaman Bob Smith is home : The' cliriics1 will be held' in
i : Gift Shop : and voice. One selection, "OurGod'of BIG ONES IL L
with Mr. and Mrs. V. R. Ferguson William Tison Fripp, after receiving a medical discharge Gfeeh. Cove' Springs. in back. ,
Allis; now being pub- I LEAVE OFF
I
V on Sunday. / with the Seabees: sti of the liealtri Department in

11/./ tinner__. _! at_: Pnrt.v TTiiPnAtttP__,,___..PaHf.__i AAA' f1i .1eo'u'.d rinPnn- 'y'' fn t'I lish'ecf and"serviced! through- : .
out' the" U.S., CAnada, South
I ; Shellee Smith, daughter ofI i1fr-Park"at1 the city hall t:; inMlddleb'urg :
: America, and Africa', accord
I' the W. M. Smiths, has been ) at the H Health
l confined with measles trie Center;* and' in' Keystone ing to Mrs: Wai wrlght. She
: Motors has- given tHiS con ert several l
ritelgfifs
erwiIlegar past week. at thepavillion in the i
times I
this month dedicating
I Mr. ana Mrs. L. A. Davis .city park. All! of the clinics I
it to the Nationa1 Federation:
1 : : were called to Fernandina will be conducted by Dr. McKee I
f. oft Music Clubs and in observance ,
-
: Beach trie1
Wednesday by of Orange Park., I
YOUR AUTHORIZED FORD of the Parade of Amer-
death of niece, Mrs.-Tomirry .
r a It is hoped- that all pet own-

: DEALER IN BRADFORD & ; Thompson. I ,:ers in each of these rea It will. ican Music.. which is nation-'

I : Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Torod avail themselves of, this con wide during February.

,'. UNION COUNTIES I Jr. and son. Charles, and \enient service, as well as

:: ; John A. Torode and sons, and taking advantage of the lower .Services Held 1 1i '" 4i.

_-_._ I i Prescott Gill attended the clinic of $2 animal. i .JL--. "BAMBBAS"e
price per .....
"'" .
In
: stock car races Daytorla "All warm-blooded animals Friday Tampa I co .!e>i0r'i: ( :>, !' "*fIC)1JtIiOIfr

1 FOUB D : 't Of AllOther ; Beach Mr. and on Sunday.Mrs. C. L. Cooper should be inoculated annually For, Mrs. Strong, 78 ; I -I-j .- ASTHQKY.!'"'4"M'PMStUfe 9" t
; i ; & > .
since one year is the recognized I >GAKO ARTHUR KEKKDY KATY JUHADa
4 4-\_ j t t spent the weekend in Tampa duration- immunity Mrs. Maude Strong: 78, died .HARRY ANDREWS VITTORJO fiASSttAN

: visiting A 2-C and Mrs. Donald for anti-rabies serum" the Wednesday, Feb. 20, in a > JACK PALANCE ERNEST eORCNIME
: Cars t R. Cooper. : .... -IMPNi ,
health--department announced: I Dade City hospital. She waS .......DllJOtE i1ST._ .Ct1ii1SJDf'IOfn,
'-- IAUIIOITI/S. I! I'UISCHP'
.. I I Mr. and' Mrs. L. A. Davis While Bradford and Alaclv the widow of R. O. [B rtI ___ "
w-J J-
and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Ritch ua"Counties' have'been having Strong, and she and' her .has-1: I -
i visited Mrs. J. R. Hard In j
t band the' oldersettlers'of
frequent cases of rabies, 'trie were among Plus Cartoon
i Fernandina Beach
on Sunday. '


.; TO WIN'% 1ST, 2ND, 3RD, 4TH, AND, 5TH I i Bradley Mary George Lynn of Morrison Leesburg Bolton and and of Henry Clef-Miss dis County first o\'ered proVen' about in January.case 12 years in Clay was 24 late,Mrs.1884 William Strong, the Kingsley daughter and'was'Emma Lake.born. Aug1 Sil-the, ; i I I, I Wednesday & Thursday-March 6, 7 I

The Health
Department urge's -
AT mont and were weekend guests Morrl-of ,every"- pet'' owner i in the i cox Carpenter of Kingsley In Celebration of our First Anniversary, t
Mn Mrs. Henry Lake. She to in
1 county to ooperate by hav- 1921, wherfe moved she wasa1 Tampa we are inviting The Whole Family 'to :
member
:: rt HE? A AW -son.Mrs.. L. S. Hutto has been irig all pets immunized during of the.Palm AvenueBap I
the clinics All in 3todel5025
jt : persons '
I visiting her sister Mrs. Ednar tist'Church. I

.; : vaytona auuI ;r week.Hitter in Sidney for the past away the county from that are normally'wild seem warned tame to stay and arltimals Robert Survivors H. Strong include, Tampa a son; ;I -,. contemporaryconsolette in superb styling !t FREE ROW$ !


I Mr: and Mrs. W. E. Lawsdn r and a sister, Mrs. Gertrude .

: The' Biggest Stock Car Race 01 The Year and sons visited Mr; and Mrs. f friendly.urged in the'are A special where caution Pui-{is Crews, Miami. i I'I ,
; J. H. Lawson in Moultrie tJa !
;; : I Funeral services were held j
riam, Alachu, 'Bradford, and The box office will be" closed
S In America! i! over the weekend. at 11 a.m. Friday at the ,Wil-/ TVf SERVICEMEN Wednesday < i
,
Misses Shirley t Clay Counties join. sn.S I 1 'Funeral Home in i arid Thursday
Morrison and I 't2 KNOW Zenith'shandcral'tedchaagig- so come right' on in and see
Diane Colson spent last Friday !-r I Tampa uitH'Rer. E. D. Boyer1 I Io1f1CIating

:SEE THE< A night with Mr. and Mrs.. Services HeldThursdayFor Burial 'was in the t

63' Ford Fastback Virgil Morrison in Leesburg. Orange Hill Cemetery at'Tarn-, makes the big difference

: Albert Kruse Mrs. G. 'Cf. pa. Tw -
I
Kruse and Mrs. Jack Zimmer: I Mrs. Colson,. 71 : In coloi TV. r-

: man of Miami were overnight j I BRADFORD-CXION' 'I Handwired. handsold red .- :
,
: I 'J..ii's. Alra'Cretfa Colson, 71, I SIXGIXG CONTENTION
guests last Wednesday of Mr. connections with no printed

11ieSame: Model That t %Won At Daytona On and Mayor Mrs. and R. R.Mrs.Chism.'j Randal i B.widow Colson of.":the of late Brooker Goldwlre, died ling| The Convention Bi' df rd-Uruon will meet Sing-Sun- circuits: means and'feer greater service dependability -.

i
Tuesday ntght in Alachua .
1' Chitty and family, visited Mr,.II j day. March :3. all "day, at' the PObems.Ei
General Hospital after brief _
Dispay| For l Immediate Delivery. and Mrs. M. F. Chitty in' illness. a ]i Heilbronn Baptist Church -

Lakeland Ga. over the wee4end. } f where' a homecoming' program -
Mrs. Colson born ini
: I was !I _
will be enjoyed. Services _
.
,
-
.
Brooker on Dec. 11, 1891 and' '
,
: Mrs. Arlen .
McKnight attended resided here all her life. Her![, start at 11 ajn. with singing.. '4-

NEW AND' USED CARS the Sunland Training I parents were the late James]''followed1! by dinner on the J
I Center Orientation course for j j land"Virginia Harrell Crews. ritfenonsutaw' t
mentally retarded persons last, i grounds.Singing' will also' be t t,
Surviving are one son Resale -
Tuesday and Wednesday. : j enjoyed alf: afternooit- Out of ,
A. Colson of Starke; .two, ) rem oteco.ntrp \ Ifav
TO SELECT FROM Dr. A. Y. Covington Cart'"':.i brothers, Wally and Rand< town, singers are expected, t

; ,, Prevail and Jerome Johns i]j Crews, both of Brooker; and f and all interested persons, are lheFVhWZtLr ;

.. werein Tampa Sunday toTuesday three grandchildren. : hi'CAY'S
J
-' invited
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attending the annual I held I : ...
Funeral services were I ? z--r4 -J

: midyear conference of the." at 3:30 pjn. Thursdar in the,;' HEILBRONN' ,' 1H 1HI ;., TECHNICOLOR

-1 ;'State Association of County!I i Brooker Baptist' Church' witH, BAFflT.CUVRCWSimday : : _

fcKWITHCLYDE : Commi ioners. j r Rev. Ralph Peek and Her. Leo'': -1

J Franklin Tomlinson Tommy Hebert officiating. ,. ,: School! 10 a. m.: .
&
I Harley Larry Williams, 1 Burial was in 'the "'family'! Morning Worship, 11'a.. m. : j Home Appliances : I

!!' ; ; and Stephen Prevatt attended i plot in New Hope Cemetery;' Training" Unio'n', 7 pja. Evening : 355. .X. Temple Ave. 04 ROBm: KD11f. A 1JVEP'! ? '. f"'T !>STIOJfol! PICTURE F
TER1LLEGARt! of the Christian Chnrch IhN neat LaCtos; urMer'direclion1 ,Worship,. 8 p.m. Prayer I 4

< J Jacksonville on Friday and"f of DeWitfr C. Jones Funeral.. ,Meeting. Wednesdays. 730pm. Phone 9G4-7511
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'. ..I ...I-. ... ...- -!\:. ..4 .i4j t.. Saturday ', j Home.; R2v.; Charles Harvey L pastor.' i M

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., THURSDAY.'17 FEB. 28. 1963_ ___ ________ ___ __ ______n BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG RADII, STARKE. FLORIDA PAGE THREE_ .'It

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Girl Scouts t
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111 '. A:. Receive Awards I.
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GLADYS MOOTY PHONE !9640651I an-? Sf, :: : _.
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f I ,+ = ,i I IR held Starke v ; ;

:I! arden Club March Of Dimes 22, v +1. 2. t L
the (
;I repares Foi' Show .Dance Concludes ,,: ,. Powell II

,,. Mrs. Ij
f'V orkshopi Successful DriveMrs. r' j
leader
,
.j
i'
i In preparation for the Flower Patricia Cauffman, girls in I

t I' Show to be held April 26- I Bradford County campaign Carol Jo'" i iF ii
i 28. the Starke Garden Club ': director for the March of .. i Thomas i
had flower-arranging pro-: Dimes, reports that the dance .: :, a ol \ / .__r --- "I \ ; :!l:: :.P"#.

: Igram and workshop at their: held last Saturday night in 'd .q .' Ann ? : : ''f;. (
I regular meeting Monday night.I the Bradford County fairgrounds -

I The spacious Florida room 1 building was very I w;. t c, a : l HAS FREE PRIZES 1
of the Charlie 1 successful.A : i
Cowen homeon + year i BUT NOT OUR I Sy
W. Madison Street was an large crowd enjoyed the Miss Sandra Holt Robin I.. f
ideal setting for the program music provided by The Cava-i and : ; SERVICE AND k-: COME IN AND REG \"'"

I and meeting. The room was liers of Jacksonville Beach.I Mr. Worthington i iTo I I i ; ; -- ISTER -IOU DO '' l

attractive with artistic arrangements I The hall was colorfully dec-II'! Wed 9 girl l f PRODUCTS. LET :. NOT HAVE TO BEPRESENT w !!
June I It
f
of potted plants orated with red and white the TO WIN.Drawing ?Y
t Next Prescription.
and artificial flowers. Miss. streamers and 1963 March of t with To Be Held v:
I Mr. and Mrs. Robert L.I
Dorothy Ross, program chairman Dimes placards. I I Black of Starke announce the' tricia I \ .s Available To Sat. iMar. 2, at 7:30 '
introduced Mrs. Cesar Gifts, donated by local merchants I
i 1 : P. M.
engagement of their daughter,
I Rivera, an accredited flower 1 ,helped greatly in making Sandra Holt, to Paul Worth- scout : j \ n d Your Doctor ,,' h. '
I
show judge and Mrs. JamesH. the dance a March of I ;
,, ington of Starke. son of Susan ; Y.
Smith, student flower! Dimes financial success, Mrs. Mr.l, 'k.
a and Mrs C. P. Worthington Patty ; L \ .. ... J :\
,
: ..,y7+ 1tlb.b.a.tI'i t \ "
show judge ,both of Gainesville Cauffman said. I I i ra Yr .r: rt1 ::: ;i t\ '
j of Perry. olyn
who assisted the members Al Gregory, special events! and
I in their flower arrange- j chairman, expressed his appreciation The brideelect is a member I'
] of the senior class of Bradford Girl
ment workshop. The two judges to the Bradford
then judged the members' : County Telegraph, radio station I County High School. Mr.I ond : 1,1 $tlt.

I arrangements and pointed out, WRGR and to all the |II Worthington graduated from I 0 -
School' Janet
Taylor High
County
the good points and: defects merchants and individualswho
"'I I with their time in 1958 and is now employedat Sharon
on a flower show rating basis. helped I
the Raiford State Prison. Ann
Mrs. Ed Prevatt, president, and donations in climaxing
I The wedding will take place ards.
the 1963 campaign.
presided over the business I I WesicloxWRIST
: session and Mrs. Paul Raymond I Working with the campaign at 4 p.m., June 9, in the New Register I

I gave the devotional. director, Mrs. Cauffman, were : River Baptist Church Betty
,
I The club voted to buy needle- the following chairmen for First WATCH
point flower holders for the this year's campaign: Mothers 'Miss Strickland, ed to '' ;: Adults

State Farm Horticultural department March, Mrs. C. T. Lee; ..REGULAR 12.95 '
under M. B. Jordan. I "Tet>ns." Russell Bidell: special ,Mr. Fulghum All $ $$1.98

Mrs. Vernon Smucker. flower i gifts, E. D. Patray; .To Wed March 2 to sing
show chairman, announced ; schools, Mrs. Norman Willis; I er" and I SALE <
I her committees for the showto publicity Mrs. J. D. Warren; i Mr. and :Mrs. M. M. Strick- a : $$6.88STATIONARY

be held the last weekend coin collectors, Miss Betty land of Florahome announcethe Circle Table PRICE
in April. Jane Morgan; treasurer, Mrs. approaching marriage of troops I

During the social hour the Robbie Shaller; special events, their daughter, Ruby Ilene, to The $ 1! $$6.88
I hostesses Mrs. Cowen. Mrs.P. Al Gregory; assistant director Elmer Lee Fulghum Jr., son charge

T Nolin, and Mrs. L. V. Mrs. Lola Garbett. of Dir and Mrs. Fulghum Sr. Miss

Haidin.served a dessert course of Palatka. ,
Recent Births"Bradfor I
I while the members discussed The wedding will be an I I the o $8.95 REGULAR 1.00 BOX
i I the variety of flower arrangements event of March 2 at 7:30 pm. i 'I II
I made during the evening County Hospital in the Paran Baptist Churchat I Glenda ,
announces the following i dock, PAD
.'_ Grandin.
. births: NOW 59cLadies
I "l i Miss Strickland is a granddaughter Linda I Ii
Mr. and Mrs. Artemis i
Elks To Elect of Mr. and Mrs. i )
Brown, Starke, a daughter. G'I
L C. Conner of Starke.A The $$5.88 ,
i Terry Rena, Feb. 21.
The Starke Elks Lodge will reception will be held at
Mr. and Mrs. Calvin GritI I ;
f hold its next regular meetingon the home of ,the bride's parents .I II I Plastic
fis Jr.. Starke a son, Mark I
Monday March 4. Nomin immediately after the'
I Calvin, Feb. 22. ;
ations of officers for the com- I wedding. Aerosol
BILLFOLDSSpecial
ing will be made. There Mr. and Mrs. Spurgeon I 1
year I No invitations are being issued Plans .
Massey, Ken-
Lawtey a son CREAM
'I are two candidates to be balloted but all friends and relatives I
I neth Boyce, Feb. 24. i REGULAR 98c
))1 on, and all members are : of the couple are invited A
Mr. and Mrs. James E. Tes-
II rn
urged to attend this meeting, I to attend. Starke 79c59c
i ton! Lawtey, a son, Robert'1 tion
and discuss other important Michael l, Feb 26. .
'r f s'I matters. I Ladies Council house 69cEUECTIUC

. 1 Meets At Home ,
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-I I
r Of Mrs. WinklerCircle i : $
: Mrs. H.Life"w

WOMEN ONLY! 3 of the Ladies Coun ing a man 8 MM

cil of the First ChristianChul'ch 'locker CAMERA CAN OPENERREGULAR
met last Thursday afternoon I VALUE
at the home of Mrs. 1 i, .
E. A. Winkler.Mrs. 7, i> $12.95

e W. L. Andrews, circle duct i:!! $| 2.88

Time Out leader, presided over the bus- clinic : .95

.I iness meeting at which time $]
plans were made to take care I Supply

of the flowers at the church from I

For Fun"IT'S for March. Mrs. Equilla Rob- I shop. J

eits presented to the circle the The i
I
need for new song books, Clyde I Fever ThermometerOral
which will be discussed at the plans |
FUN.II IT'S FASHIONABLE. I' next business meeting. I. per on : IteclalREGULAR
II starting i NOW 29c
Mrs. Johnnie Wells gave $1.25

IT'S FREE! the devotional, and Mrs. Pran-I :
dle. who joined the circle asa

member, had of McRae
i new charge

A Featuring Glamorous Show For Women Only the Refreshments program. were servedby ment NOW 69c 98clIudnut

d Mood
the hostess, assisted by Mrs.
"ZING ITS -
SPRING! Prandle and Mrs. Wells. I

A Complete Fashion Show '
Are
f presented by Miss Gail ReddishIs $$1.98 $1.10

DU PONT ,1 A

with fashions by outstanding designers t Complimented SHAMPOO

narrated by Edith Ivey aid Jerr Enberg At Shower TuesdayMiss i:Moody I MHC

modeled by leading fashion models ,,, I ards '
2.29$
i -
.t Gail Reddish who will viously

INTERNATIONAL FAVORITES l leave soon for Peru as a Baptist I in the
'
Missionary, was honoredat .
HELLER & HELENE
k a going-away shower and ,i!mony 98cRINSE

I presenting the latest dances "" t 9 covered night in the dish educational supper Tuesday building -I I date Mr.in I i iI i $ NOW 69c ]]C

F of the Pine Level Baptist :

NEW HAIR FASHIONSby Church. Hostesses for thisI
I delightful affair were Mrs.
The Official Hair Fashion Committee .
of The National Hairdressers&Cosmetologists' i "; ( Paul Faulkner and Mrs- Owen I'I'I ''the I : ; ; NOW{ 29c ,
Association,The Hair Fashion Authorityof 1 I Alvarez.I Sigma "._ ,, --.f; .:r.r-r#." .rr r A.1'
An attractive and He was !
The Beauty Profession I pink :
white color scheme was achieved -'Theta
f !
in the party decorations EEENEX
TV AND STAGE SINGING STAR throughout the hall. The I on the NOW 69c .

ART MATTHEWS> I buffet table was centered witha 'last ,
Master of Ceremonies 1 candelabra holding pink tapers -!, The 400' o

and an arrangement of jter of a a
l t pink and white pompoms. A i:Moody
SOCIETY MUSIC FAVORITES i ii beautiful pink and white cake. I ] NOW 9c
S
i embossed with God For
LESTER LANIN TRIO : was Bless You." "May High 1 49c! *

Vocals by JERRY CARR .
The honoree received many Y\V

useful gifts from the 40 guests.

FREE DOOR PRIZESvaluable ,I UDC To MeetThe Feted YWA IN THIS AD v., "JliJ.t d t16.. .

gifts for you and your home tions
W. T. Weeks chapterU.
COME ONE, COME Alt...BRING ALL fOUR FRIENDS D. C. will meet Wednesday a [

ONE PERFORMANCE ONLY AT CENTERS LISTED tist |
afternoon March 6, at 3:30: E
BELOW: day :
o'clock at the home of Mrs. e
W. F. Glenn on Park Place Hal i ,
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6, 1963 with Mrs. L. G. Powell as co-I Jimmy :
I
hostess. ,.
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1:30 P. M. tet"
'r 964.4661
Executive BoardThe Baptist : New Owner


's STARKE LANES executive board of the Rev. .I Manager Night 964-4341

Starke Woman's Club will i.I '.
HIGHWAY 100 SOUTH meet Thursday afternoon to the ,
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i )C' : Cager Jenkins 53-51 I P t'k- I rr&k Reds Win 20-13 I!I I Baseballers I I Mrs.Services Lavey, 77

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1'V)1 Cagers Edge V [OverVhifes /Prep For First At Keystone

f.1 1 .Looks Ahead I ; p Friday

. ,. In Grid Tussle 'v11 Game, March 8 I
I Mrs. Beatrice Pullum Lav
Orange Park \
;' To 64 Season \ Tornado footballers played I Practice began Monday ey, 77, died Tuesday afternoon -
"V I! February 18. for Bradford : at the home of her
V their spring intro-squad con- i I II I \ ( High baseballers whose first I I I daughter, Mrs. Beatrice
In Final Game test last Friday night and the II :
I f$ !I game is scheduled, for March i; Schroeder, irt Melrose.
"We're looking for big Reds beat the Whites 20-13 in ; I
__ 8 on the local diamond against i Mrs. Lavey was born on
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"things! from him next year % V V Bradford Stadium. ; .
V V ti\44A I Gainesville High School just 1 1I Dec. 25, '1885 In Wales, and
-- Bradford High Cage Mentor 1r: Closing out their 1962-63 Larry Crawford scored on 1
1I The Ladies Golf Associationmet to five
five
'I I practice, days away. came Melrose years
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Erwin Land says of forward eason on a successful note runs of 33 and four yards: I II
last Thursday for their "If we win the first one ago from Ozone Park. N. Y.
#Ernest Jenkins, a 6-3 juniorajwho V; 'Bradford High's Tornado cag- I and Leonard: Dugger ran eight :: regular meeting. With the indies I I with GHS we'll probably: be : She was a member of the

i has shown flashes ot 'ers, ,edged up and coming Orange I yard for Red's TDs. Eddie ,, donating food for the ,' off to a pretty good start" Community Church of Key-
great rebounding ability this Park 53-51: in their Noegel and Ronnie Harper ,, I
final
Buffet Supper on the 17th, j says Coach Charles LYI "At stone Heights, and the Order
VV --' -- both
I" season. game last Friday night in a -- scored on eight yard I I $140.25 was cleared on the least it'll be a morale boost- of Eastern Star.
"Ernest has shown a lot of V contest played in Green Cove. Bantam spurts for the Whites. and the tournament. I at Schroeder
: League Champions supper er. Lyle. in his first year Besides :Mrs. she
improvement this season and Captain Chuck Moore fling ,- Coach David Hurse praised i i The ladies voted to 'donate BHS, is taking over the'base- i is' survived by another daughter -
he's more aggressive now," : V up to his responsibility Shown above L the basketball team which 1 the work of quarterback Lar- : '
? Lawtey won i another $100 from their treasury -! ball coaching job from Char- airs. Marcella L. Krits-
Land says of the tall center- V as a leader, tossed in a basket thp Bantam League Championship. From left to right front* ry Elder who called signals !I Ii I to start furnishing the big\ lea Francis who is now principal berg of West Islip, N. Y.. two

forward."When( TV* from.25 feet away,in the final i Dave, Wilk | for both teams due to injuries -;I club room. With this I Junior Lewis of
row: &son, Roy Lowery, Robert Scott, Mike Norman money at Hampton sisters\ Mrs. Amy
he picks up a little V VV five seconds to give Starke ahardeard : and Paul CraNvford. Back row: E. J. )lagt>e, coach; Char- !1 to other quarterbacks. they hope to buy tables. | High School Smyrna, Dela., and Mrs Edith

speed it will 'improve his playto : ,two point vietoj7. '; i Ies Xurman, Billy Griffis\ Charles Smith, Mike Crawford, Mickey -:, Tackle Tommy Thomas stood Thanks to all ,the ladies who ;i Under Francis last year the Bryson. San Fernando Calif.;
out
on the offensive line and
a great extent the coach _VV Forward Harold Bishop :Moore I helped earn the money, we I i Tornadoes won only eigbegames two grandchildren, and two
| Jerry Yates manager; and Wilbur Waters whoi I fullback
had tied the score for the win Mickey Agner was
continued. Jenkins. himself, are off to a good start. .
WV.Y TV : against 14 losses but great gl'andchildren.Funeral
i j is not shown. i
Tornadoes with > j commended for hard running.
a pairof
fling
says he is going tQ play i in Each Thursday there will
I freethrows and then Moore,1 ___,___ __ ._ ____ V Hurse said the players are :. in 1960, also under Francis, services were held
the this summer .. ,- weekly event for the la-'
city league ; "" -' 'Ii bCf a they posted a 12-6 won-loss : at 10:30: a.m. Friday in the
came through with the field green but that spirit was ex-
In order to be ready for next dies. Last week in the "KickOff" : record, winning their first 10 Community Church. Keystone
- goal that gave his team a final I cellent. The gridders will regroup j i
I season. His main goals Ernest Ira Smith was winner : in a row and then Heights with Dr. Albert C.
games j I
record of 11-14: for the in two weeks for three-
says, are to learn to be more I I with her 35. Don't forget the j losing six of the next eight. ,: Holt officiating. Burial was in
aggressive under the boards season. more weeks. drill with the free, lessons the pro is to give ';
T-, J' r'f "" "''''i I 1 The baseballers this year the family pot in Keystone
Although the Tornadoes varsity who
are
players -
participating ; for the next several Thursdays
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shoot better
and to learn to 1 under the
Cemetery
the only game ,the Tornadoes I I posted a losing record they I in basketball and r 11 will play only a 12 game'' Heights
from 10 to a. m.
from the forward position he -
DeWitt C. Jones
of
; direction
won, and was a starter in the i had their high moments this track. | schedule, considerably fewer j
is forced to occupy instead of Come on out! '
Funeral Home.
i I games than_ in previous years
Tornadoes' loss, to Santa Fe season winning their own
f the center position which he The scheduled tournamentfor I Eastern Star Lodge No. 279
| because the players tire of
( Tuesday night. first annual Christmas Tour- D&D Auto Wins :
prefers. last Sunday had to be Heights conductedrites
of Keystone
V Ernest himself observes: I nament and even handing I such a lengthey schedule. A- !
: Land has been the Three played at Keystone instead of Thursday night at 8 o'
; using i "I think. Coach Land likes i powerful Lake City, lastyear's Games In I mongf; the tougher teams on I
tall forward lately. He here. Our course was too wet., clock in the Jones Chapel.
"- more to see people become aggres- i runner-up for the state Sundown I this year's schedule, are Bishop i(
flayed in the Live Oak game : BowlingD The ladies! had prepared lunch Kenny of Jacksonville, P. K.I
sive under the boards and I Ihave. i cage crown, one of their few i |
in tha Keystone Conference for the players some of Yonge, and GHS. i
I I defeats on the Tigers! home i
-beenworking on that. It & W Auto Supply took which was enjoyed enroute.
Seven returning lettermenare
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was at but 1 think three from Noegel'sAuto
games
and then back at the club I
the 20
I : I have bcen doing better since gers also beat every team in ," V*} rV fl r 0 in the Sundown Mixed house in the evening.A among prospectsfrom '

: Boost tobacco : I'm en the varsity;. you have the Keystone Conference at V' $ 'League this week. Joyce Ward i I which Coach Lyle .
( covered dish supper is can pick his starting lineup.
least ,
I to rebound here or you don'tget once this season. ,,. IVI had 'high series of 555 for D I 'I:
planned for March 3. The They are Marshal Starling, ,
In their. final with
:; anywhere. contest 4 & W. and games of 205 and I profit again will into 1 catcher Terrell first You're Invited
profits with... i "I think I played my best Orange Park last Friday, the wV 202. Rudolph Hutcheson's 497 oace go ; Kenny ,
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the'end furnishings forthe club I I base and pitcher; Bill Jack-
Tornadoes trailed at
I!:: Live game Oak against in Hawthorne the Christmas and I of the first period 12-14 but / V 4VV I,V. was Register high series Oil for took Noegel.three I house, The cost will be 50c son, infield and pitcher; Gary, TIME OUT

/ per person with extra charge Kouba, third base; Mike Waters -
had at 32-all
I' pulled even by
tourney; I was redounding!J ; $V V |horn Buff's Garage behind r ,
V games ,
for drinks The time will be ; and outfield
I I halftime and led by one point t V pitcher ; FOR FUNA
better than usual in those Bill Nelson's high seriesof I
from 5 till 7 pm. Everyonecome Mark Hamilton pitcher and
42-41 the third
at end of the
I think." Jenkins' per-i : V:1 559. also converted the
1 games quarter. ; : He i out, bring a dish and i infield, and Billy Joe Sanford, Glamorous Show For
1I sonal high score for the year ; 3-7 split. Tom Smith had i
: Center John having enjoy the good food. outfield.
was a 14 point effort against Williams high series of 402 for Buff's. I Women Only!
j I Last week it was my pleas- Lyle will probably depend
'i a big night for himself. 1 V
Macclenny in the consolation Forsyth Plumbing forfeited
j: I paced the Tornadoes with 25 ure to play a few holes with upon Jackson and Terrell for MUSIC DANCING
: game of the Keystone Conference 1 : four games to M & R Motors with :
points while Moore had 12 and Bantam League All Stars Anna Felos and Norma Jean his starting pitchers I
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Tournament. : due to the illness of, bowlers. FASHIONS
": Bishop nine. J. McLaughlin 'I Adams. Although I am steadily Hamilton and Waters also
I Edith Hutcheson rolled a 396
i led Orange Park with 20 i The Starke Bantam League All-Stars ((1-r) are: Front row, series for M & R. getting worse they did real seeing a lot of action. Besideshis Admission FREEWednesday

;, Heilbronn Church IOifltS.and Buck Weaver back- Richard Williams Tommy Chastain! and Johnny'Warren. Back I well. Norma Jean is planningto pitching duties last year,
: Simpson Taxi took threegames.from
., Here's why Sets HomecomingThis ed him up with 14 tallies. :j row: Robert Smith Bill Adams J.. Roy Chasteen, and Mike, Carp's.ith Bon turn pro. She was over the Terrell was also the Tornadoes' March 6
I. I Hewett.; creek on number two in one leading batter with a 1:30 P. M.
Formulated for tobacco i! SundayThe Junior YariityStarke's ,I I I es Mahoney rolling high series stroke. Think 111 plan my .500 average most of the sea-

-V; I Baby Tornadoesalso I of 561 for the winners. next golf date for the driving son and is expected to do his
: if Promotes bigger yields of I; ,' ,Starke All Stars Bill Lovell paced Carp's witha
V annual Homecomingand closed out their season, Sidewinders, I range. Found I do better out share with the stick this sea- Starke Lanes
: ; better-quality leaf :: ati i with a victory, topping Orange Pull 14-10 Upset series of 511. there. I son.
Singing Convention
V Pyrofax Gas took three
Titans
Park's junior varsity Tied In
Encourages earlier ripening II III ; -Carolyn Eaves.
: Heilbronn Baptist Church will 40-35 to end the year with iOf Lawtey Bantams: games from Long Bridge behind THE. RIGHT' POINT for the Highway 100 South

I : Proven on farm after farm II be observed on Sunday March I a record of 13 wins and seven Blanding Bowling Frank Jarvis' high Series way you write, Ceme in and I I'
3. There will be dinner on ;the defeats. I : The Starke All-Stars upset of 502. Stanley Noegel select your favorite ESTER ; I For. League. Information, '
I Sec your Agrico agent today ;; ground and gospel singing, I, The Sidewinders and the I the Lawtey Bantams 14-10 I rolled a 477: series for Long Zipper Notebooks $ .49 at BROOK. 'Fountain'Pen. TELE- : PHONE 964-6261 !
: Coach Dub Lowrimore'scloseknit 1 I Bradford County Telegraph.
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under the direction of R. D. I. Titans are tied for firsf; place r last Friday afternoon at the I Bridge. i :-. GRAPH. .. '

.: ', Redding' in the afternoon.The \ five took a 9-8 first .1. again in the Blanding Bowl- armory in the Bantam Bas- Standings Won Lost __V______ _____. '!'I .. '
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''I period lead and refused to relinquish II -
I'' pastor. Rev. Charles ing League after last Thurs- ketball League. I Noegel's Auto. 41 19 I Il

: The America Agricultural "I, Harvey extends a corial in- it. They led 18-14 at day: night's session at Starker I Bill. Adams! led the scoring -I Register Oil" . 38 22 !
halftime
and 30-22 at the l
II! Harvey, extends,a cordial in nrSrA_"'" Pyrofax Gas V. .., 33 27'I
: Chemical CompanyDEALERS I close1of the third"period.Da.-i r I for Stark with six points, I
I with the church membershipon I! The Titans gained this posi- whije Johnny Warren had I I Carp's . . 32 28
vid Dyal led Starke with 12 i
; ,, : this occasion. points while Gene,Pass had 11 tion by winning four points I four. I pW. . . :U 29 aiiic Cor ) orationI

I. IN (()i'X'JrnCE'S cotiir.IN and Donald Falcon five, i from the Vikings with Bob Bill Griffis led Lawtey. with, M&R . . 29 31 I
D. M. Schenck, Waldo \ .\,.. FOR 1111.\Iir"-, I Drake high for the winners, j six points. V Forsyth Plumbing 28 32

B. 0. Gay, LaCrosse: ,i iI In('CH're: %Estate'('\'. ri.oumx.of i 547 series and 211 game. High Buff' Garage. 21 33

I 1 :Margaret Williams Davis I Harold ,Bishop ; game for the Vikings was a ID&W Auto I Simpson Tax;" . 26. 34
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Takes 3 Games by Neal Joyner. Announces
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Polaris four Wells To Lead
U won points /
In[ Men's
.. BowlingThis from Clifton the Griffis'Sidewinders high series behind of Ladies BowlingD ;i115 Tags V V That They Have Moved I

week it was Harold .

.. Bishop, sponsor of the( Starke j. Winkler 589 and led 213 the game.Sidewinders George # W Auto Supply stepped Sold To Date, V :V Back To Their .4t. '

Telephone Co. team, who : with. a 208 game and 521 se- ahead in the Ladies I

I __ came in to set the good example :,i: Twilight League taking 4 'Collector SaysTax : : V Starke Home Office

by taking three out of'I: ries.In the other game, the Fal- points from Wells Electric : V

four from Gem Jewelry in three this week with Alice Resch r; AT ,. r
: W\OCEnV\ & MARKET the Men's Commercial Lea cons the Nikes won with Warren points Ebling from high series of the night with Collector J. R. Kelly reported ,1 ,
Monday that he had
gue. The telephone team roll-: 530, and a 200 game.
high for the
winners, 536 series -
ed a season's high game of I Joyce Ward had 504. j' sold 5.11S'automobile license V
1 a ser-
:. Half :Mile North Of City Limits-U. S. 301 724. and series of 2.066. :, Jackson, and led 203 the game.Nikes with Sidney a j les, with high game of the I tag 382 of them since the : 400 W.' MADISON ST.
20 deadline last
night, 230 for D&W. Lois February ,
Food Fair and Russ's Place 210 game and 554 eries. a .
: OPEN 7 DAYS--7 A.M. TO 11 P.M. : split even in their bid for last Standings Won Lost I McIntire had high series of I Wednesday.The ,, .J. i

place. Sidewinders. .' 29 23 419 for Wells. were sold figure through is 713 more February than I: ,. We Are Now Ready To.Serve You In Selecting Your. .

SALES PRICES GOOD TIIURS., FRI., SAT., 1 Starke Motor Parts retained Titans. 29r 23 Murrhee Insurance Agency |
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AND SUN. ONLY their league lead winning Falcons 28 ,2 2314 took 3 points from Gateway 20 last' year and 331 more <:

three and losing one to Com i Polaris 25 27 Chevrolet, with Georgia Wolfe tags had been sold by Feb- ,
: high series o f 428 for the ruary 20, ,,1963 than the 4,402 '
V munity Bank.Tom's i Nike 24 28 :
: GRADE C Shell remained in_.; Vikings 20 3V,4Gardiner's I, winners. Neoma Nelson rolled I! sold by the deadline in 1962. New Kingsberry Home

the thick of the battle for i high series of 430 for Gate- To meet last, year's figure_ of, i

: FRYERSSUNNYLAND LB.AY I first, place by beating Terwil-I Win way.Triest's V 4.402 tags sold by, the 20th. :,

legar Motors fort four points. Construction Co. Kelly's office had to sell 1,460 i,

: //Y : Noegel's Auto and O'Connor I To Shuffle UpIWednesday took 3 points, from Williams in the five days before the ,

: . : Real Estate each, won three, Jewelry with Bettie Sprow!I Feb. 20 deadline but sales';'
PICNICS LBIL out of four in their matches Bowling high series of 528 for Triest,' bettered even that by 331. BRICK iy2-2 1 BATH Compare And

with. Draw Tite and Stark and Alice Murray high of 421 Ii j Increase in the number of ::

: Utilities respectively.. I The Wednesday Night :Mixed for Williams. !I tags sold over last year has :
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WEIHERS Last week we announced a..I League had a slight shuffle, Among those picking up i come from residents: of Keystone V

3 99C "Hot Shot"" feature: for this when Gardner's Cities Service splits were Burney Winkler,'i Heights and Waldo buy- FRAME 3 4 Bedroom Be Satisfied

: column. The idea is to recog- Defeated Winkler: Electric 5-10; and Gladys TUBs, 3-10. ;, ing their license tags in Brad-

S SAGE. LBSJ nize any bowler who betters I I'i Mary Jarvis rolling a 201 Standings Won Lost, ford County Kelly said. New i

I his season high game or high for the winners. Julia D & 30 14 I residents' of this county have ;,

4 series. This week's "Hot I Wells had a 176 high for Win- Gateway 27 17 ; also resulted in increased ,
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Shots" are; ] Triest 25 19 sales, he said. //I
ROYAL RICE5lbs.59c High game and high series: I! kler.Town Finance defeated Wells .*. 22 22 'i i Tag Inspector Ben Rowland NOW

Glen Norman, 205 and 505; I Noegel's 301 with Dolly Simpson William.i16.. 28 i i has turned in "s veral hund'
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: TOMATOES 8 cans - $1.00 i Harold. Bishop, 144 and 403; bowling: : a 153 for the i Murrhee _. 12 32 I red" citations. since the Feb.

B. Glisson,. 171 and 388. i' winners, while Charles Schaefer -j j I 20 deadline, Kelly, said, a*lot %

Kountry Kist Corn -- 2 cans 29c ; High game only; M. Bund- I rolled a 149"highfor, 301. I of them' on persons who had rHA3 DOWN

erburg, 183; H. Cross, 202; B. Draw Tite defeated ,Starke deceast-U. : V purchased their license tags

:: VAN CAMPPORK I,I Williams 202; W. Paulk, 177., Police Dept. three games, THOMAS & 'PIERCE ,:' I but had not put them on their '
High game: only: M. Fund-I with Marilyn Firth bowling a Attorneys at Law V V cars. Kelly said he expects
& BEANS 4 No. 99c .. 'I
-- 2l/2 cans 203-205 North Temple Ave.
: tin, 334; M. Lizenbee 418; L. 164 for the winners!, and Rudolph Starke. Florida sales to hold up, fairly well

I I Noegel 579; H. Meyer. 535; Hutcheson a 173 for the First publication on Februarys : through the remainder of i
: MILK-3tallcans - 39cLimit A. police. %!!, 1963. VA -$$50.00 DOWN.
: Hauger 451; B. McGee, :, %-%&, 4t J-21: : February and March.Health 1
: 6 Cans With S5.00 Food Order 434. B & G Truck Stop defeated 'I 'I

Standing Won Lost The Little Army three games IIml III I

a PLANTATION WHITE PEARLGRITS.5lbs. I Starke Mtr P s. 41 15 behind Bob Drake's 188 high Facts

: 49c Tom's Shell . 39 17 I game. Cliff Griffis bowled at '
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I Noegel's . 35 21 192 for the losers. i h f f' :' -f "' EVERYONE SHOULD KNOW! ,

: BLUE PLATE 1 O'Connor . 33 23Terwillegar I Johnny Wells for Winkler?, i ::,. _' Countless thousands suffer pain & miseryyes

SALAD DRESSING .. 39c 31 25 I converted the 4-7-10 split. : > before their time because
: qt. Standings Won I -: even die
Community Bank 29 I Lost Homes To
27 From
''Draw Tite. . 26 30 j, Town Finance. .V. 7 1 :: ti, i V V W'V they did not know their insurance policies $9,000 $$30,000V

: ARMOURS i Gem Jewelry. 24 32 I j i Gardners- .. .'. 5 3 I : s: would pay for Chiropractic care., ,

: Vegetole Shortening 3.lbs. 59c Stark Telephone.. 23 33 i Draw-Tite 5 3 : /I JtI Your Chiropractor: has an enviable record V I

I Starke Utilities. 22 V 34 !,Winkler ." .'. .:= ., 4 V 4 : in restoring health even after all other:

: SUNNYLAND to Russ's Place. 18 38 Starke. Police 4 4 V Dr. Boninger methods have failed. From $$53.50 Per. MonthALL

: PURE LARD ..1 gal. jar 99c I Food Fair . 15 41 t.Bi&' G .4 4 M. E. King M. D. states "The Chiropractor is doing a :

Little Army 3 5 work that Medicine cannot do. He belongs in a : ,
--\!.Noegel's 301 .0 8 CLOSING. COSTS INCLUDED
class with Specialists.: ; ,. -

: JIM DANDY V C I:i deceaeed.MT1C.TO CREDITORS I I I the date of the first publication I I Take the short cut to health and see your Chiropractor :

GRITS--N- I I All creditors of tha estate cf J of this notice. Each claim or: i, first. The Bellinger: Chiropractic Clinic is located at
: V Margaret Williams Davt de1; I II demand must be in. writing and 426 N. Walnut Street Starke Fla
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L3S11 ceased, are hereby notified a.nd must be sworn to by the claim: Stop, At 400 W.-Madison' St.
4Ulrd to fil any claims or ant, hU agent or his attorney \
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CABIN HOME demands which they may have 1 I or it will become void accord, : DR. H. G. BOLLINGER CHIROPRACTIC OFFICE
t V against sail estate'in the office ing"to Taw.February. --- 426 N. Walnut St. Phone Stark Fla.
: of the of Bradford I I I 964-2881 : Phone 964-8641
MEAL-- county judge !?th, 1S6J. 1 ,: : For Plans And Pria
County Florida, in the courthouse Oliver S. Aspinwall. Jr % I
.., V at Starke, Florida, withi V Executor of the Estate ol: Insurance Cases Accepted !
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il I > slstant' state' Attorney Mack Feed Grain ProgramOpen i able to discuss this- program Church Vv.-ship.: ,+ 10.45 a. m. :
Bk; Authority S. fukh. with you if you need. more Chi Rno. ;a:3w: ft m ,Choir \

II Duncan said that.Futch had I .To March 22,, I information. Don't forget you jfftcurr, 630; pm C'YF. 7 p. [

i ViTHYOUR iICOUNTYI recently moved hj& ft1ce.from,! r }For County Farmers have to sign up to participateand nv Prayer Meeting, 'I::30' P. r
:> << .t4 the two are:now handling the I
is March 22,
':... AGENT i ,Mrs. 3i died Sapp, county ; Up : i
rM t, business of the o fic'itho'u I
Ye a-- a .. (Continued from 'Page 6)) a second assistant.. '1 office manager of the Brad- { LtR.Pl'IST CHeRCRb"lm

h'I Duncan .also asked' that: the 8 Pro guy ass Aohr{ ford County Agricultural Stab- FIRST CHRISTIAN aY school 9:45: am. ; ,
act exempting nunicip UUes'; laly l be changed {that the ilization and Conservation ;;i CHURCH 11 '
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( -Box 104, Sulphur! Springs lad- Morning worship am. I
i from the stat FI'CV r-:;* ipts I Committee reminds farmers !I 537 W Call St:, SUrke
$1,800 being! given to him -
now 1 Evening worship+ 7 p.m. f
tax en utilities. RrT +lomas j I that they have until March i
I as expense allowance ,be paidas Wherein, the days of February cup salad dressing. 2-3 cup'vihegar '; Rob Badiftt, lIinistnSuMnv E'C'ryone'elcome.-
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said however that ]h; lad in- i Duncan'said ;22to sign up for participa- "
I 'Ila.st salary, instead. fly- swiftly I walk in 3..4'cup water 1 1-4 j. : School 9:45: a. m. Rev. D. E. Willis Pastor;
troducedsuch a bill at the he would like- this change because ; ; lion in the 1963 feed gr in'l I III
I session and had'been unsuccessful ; it wo'ull:! affect his retirement the; snow I read my Bible and i! cups sugar;' \ \program. '
; in getting it passed. favorably pray; I. prepare lor my Jour- Mix all together and let j Only growers who are in'J'+

11 State's Attorney BflSi !;I The State pay,Attorney advised ney overseas.- i 1 stand over night. the program will be eligible !II Winkler Electric Inc.

State Attorney TE.. Duncan : tliat.ttWune, '1962'it: .was! necessary ,- My Face the guide of my HELPFUL HINTS. When for price support on their 1963 j ,
.. By ; asked .for repeal of an to, hire 'an: additional youth, : baking a pie with juice, set. crops of corn, :grain sorghum:;
; George T.Hoggins: i j: act setting up the position office secretary dui! to the Increase To Thee for direction I fly. I the pie in a larger pie pan and barley. 234 N. Temple Are. Phone 96 t. tOl
I I Seccnd''' Assistant State Attor work load t. caused by O grant me Thy light and in the'oven to bake. To move ; Through participation, producers t

,.....>1 ;: .1 ney, and'requested,. that the the reciprocal. ,'non-support |!,I! Thy truth i your heavy refrigerator out so 1 will voluntarily reduce 1 1I
ff, salaries .of the First'and Sec- law. At the present time this Nor ever Thy"presence deny you can clean underneath! their acreage of one or- more i
Set Fruil Trees whole big plum in your mouth, ond' Assistant' State Attorneys additional expense Is being My 'pillar "of :cloud and of i liquid detergent in front and of the three feed grain crops .L 1I

In my very limited space I] at one time.Themoil be 'combined and paid to As- paid by,Alachua- Court',' irtce fire % i iWhile under it and' it-will slide easiJ by at least 20 percent of the I

ji have put into practice what ; important or most I most 'of' tire'',addil! h r;;work : destined. to journey J out then and back. When farm's base acreage-and will

t I .am preaching by setting a i,!. damaging Insect pest of plums I es to do..t the,job'I. .- related to>'thVlaw"is, in that I below..- I opening canned soup shake.put, the diverted acreage into
,f pecan tree a plum tree a :<|: is the PLUM CURCULIO. This .'Pirst..spray., just as plums county', Duncan 'said; However, I ''What, mor"e.': can a pilgrim i j' the can well before opening.I an approved conservation use. !I {
I
I !pear* tree a satsuma and a !J: pest can" also be responsible I begin to show; usually about \, in'' the e\'ehtr that ; Alichiiai i ..desire.: 1 / I! Water or milk will blend oct1 I! Participating farmers qualify -

.! fte. i I I for failure'' of plum trees to a week after most petals>.have County woujd',refuse :to pay I Or. Thon:tin, :Thy, goodness 1 ter. iI i I III for the, regular pricesupI I,I II .
Our friend to agriculture,I I I set and bear fruit. The adultI 1 I I fallen... '|'tiibsupplement. ,: the' cost i) bestow' I II It is getting daylight. The ; port loans and purchase agreements :!,I

.' Titus Olson, was talking the I I a hard jelled, brown beetle. i 2.'second spray; a. week to: should' be pportiOJl j among i!, I- -Beecher.i .I ground has a fresh covering! !Ii and-in addition-they j I
other day about ]how muchpleasure : with a long snout: t J 10 days later. i the six\" counties: they?district',]i above" i cf snow- It is so pretty will : will' earn a diversion payment i
16.ve the and
poem
:
it wa'to\ have a variEty I When eggs are laid in very 3. 'Third spray; 10 days to. the stat Attbrher" -said. I read the morning 'paper now. ; and an extra price-support :
.1 if we could but for awhile -
of fruit right in your two weeks after tecond.j 1 Commtss)1q{ ; ests' : pause ; I :will sweep and clean] my payment. !' ftaME
youns; fruit, the"feeding of' the : in'r the busy whirl of ; i
< back yard. i 4. :Fourth spray; two or The Board of county Commissioners -t walk. My heart* Is glad. r ani. These price-support pay I, + GuAtoi
If you have not already done grubs causes the fruit to drop.j three weeks later. If rain ]' represented' 'by I ,everyday, events, while young- happy. again. ,.1: still cry for mehts will be) made on the : I
I If eggs are '. laid In' nearly. j er.. to have1 itm to meditate! ,
so. you.can still set a few. You comes soon' after either spray Comm ss ",Jerome- Johns, Don; I was so happy with ;j, normal production, of the 1963
fruit .remains": !
grown; on to realize that life is, I
1 can also add grapes persim- -..do, it. again. soon as rain: : asked legislative support.of | very him..But have picked up the'broken acreage of the three feed WATER SEAL -
the tr but will
e- be--wormy; i shorta : COVERS10plece
hereon earth and a 1
t mops blueberries etc. at harvest time. stops. ; general l b1l1s'provi tng' that/ eter-. threads of. life and am grains. Farmers who feed;i nom'i'I
I* I For home use and a ma- : 1: The ckar tte. tax"cc41ect-,. !! time of; preparation for j\ carrying on < with faith and grain to livestock on the farm j
let'sdo
Talking about Well
plums you can kt+ep thorn j nity, life 'would have more! '
terial that cad -beused; on a' ed'in '
I the unincbrporftted-are prayer. will find this an added bene-i
something about keeping OFF and' OUT. You. must .
II' I variety of-plants is- isMalathlon.' of each -coanty bef,.etumed'rto meaning. There .is' so much 1 I leave for New York March fit. i
out worms so sou can put the spray about fouror more tim- noise most and the .
Four table PJon5'! of 25' per- the counties on"" the following. 'in places ; 1, and we sail from there oil Also, farmers taking part in i
f rent TTfttable1 powderor 2' ;*!tst4/ : '25 per .cbnt, collected smell; of bum1nrl"OU and'gas March 4. Do you Wonder 'I. the program may put all of :

tablespoons:: of 50 per cent; by 'each 'county' bee plafced' in j from exhaust'' that'' to me it is f am excited?' Pray for me, and' their '63 crop corn, grain sorghum / 4, 'I AM
i Tflulilop per gallon of water:i, a roinriu pool to'be-egually-' ( .j, bewiiderjrigr. I .loved the I-will try to find time to write : and barley under price- I >s
I If yo -have some'Captan.-add:.) dirided'amon the 67.counties; :j'Mortuary' at Ponca' because it i you. some of- the exciting : support. loans and purchase ;';: k'fenuL.:s t+aaut sws

I tabl:? por.n5:; of 50 rx r cent; i thc'remaining pier 'cent,to,!}; was sucit a large place, it was things I am doing and'seeing agreements. Previous programs i 4

.. ..,,'. -. '\. I wettabl) J }powder to take care ij I I I, be' returned.-' the" countiej'i cool' in suaimer" and'quiet- on my ..tourGod !; limited pric support ;

Rcmember That Special (Occasion .With. i of any .fungus: that might bej'I.tn'I j whichcollected. 1!|j.I Hw (; miss'. --my ,biz''to home and bless you everyone. I!: to the normal production of I -
the rk I' used do.1}
:
:
C !)1'5el\t\ : :;: 2-!' The State Road' Department i W LOVE.. the acreage. i "Continental"STAINLESS !
.' I Feeder i:? Sale: i i I will l acquire-all: primary J|! I1 aniLgetriris rested up. I MOTHER LURA i:
.
FLOWERS fCOLONIAL -- March 2S t? the date for the i jrifxt road right of-wtiy:I or toe.construetlon -|i I get'p ,early and read my devotionlls. i The ASCS county office has' STEEL COOKWAREYou'll
i
mailed] information to producers -
one in Gainesville. In; of prjmary'roads-.of : .I say many prayers -
t .. THE CHURCH OF GOD listins their 1963 feed ;
i, keriinfe with the hog cholera I the severat cpmitiefe of/the .' A$ always-, ; I.pray for ev enjoy the easy care and rich beauty of West
., : OF: PROCHECY grain acres. yields and payment :
r \ ('r1dt; atio program all pigs I|: state of Florida.? eryorie 1H town and every- Bend's Continental stainless steel cookware. Complete -
FLORIST should. : be vaccinated 21 days ij I faj] That, $2 ,OOO.QOO' be set where.ileatmy'xbreakfast: ; : and Brooker Fla. lat 15 to help them fig- ,
the and' cons : set includes 1 2 and 3 quart sauce with
for fiie' mail Sometimes I ure out pros pans
bfoTt'the sale. aside. the the-procurement go'
: 'I| for : .
Sunday School. 10
,
m.Morning. j
Starke's Oldest, ; .pigs must be at least 9 weeks;j this!' right-of-way.' : stop'-for1! coffee ** the BlueBird Worship, 11 a.m.a. V. of the feed grain program in covers, 5% qt.: Dutch Oven roaster, find 10&" triply -
Florist and' 'only + ] ; farming
.. olds o? date of sale. De red I [bl That this money be acquired Cafe. It is'fun: fester L. B.. Young People's Service terms of their own : skillet with cover..
F. T. D: Member weight is between 50 a.ld' 100 1 i it by a portion of the li-: day.I evenwel1t bowling.. Ha? 7' pm. );Evangelistic Service.. 8 !;I operation, and decide whether i'
;t pounds. J I I cense t6s-'fc6"that ik now:going So I'am getting in good ;>.m. Wednesday Prayer Meet: they want to participate. II complete $19 88
health for abroad: I- Alsothe folks at your ASCS tape set
into trip'
FLOWERS WIRED ANYWHERE-WORLDWIDE ; There arc- other!! requirement i: the- General Revenue ; my tng. 7:30: p.m.i-K.: J. Robirf- I
Phone 961-G291 i i for selling: piss through;:;! fund: wa1.k.two' .miles every: day.Gabby on Sr.. pastor. county office are avail ; ..
506 E. Nona Stl
;; these special sales. Contact us'[j jI 'j i Clfrk's Proposals and I walk down the I-
DOT BAGWELL, Manager 1 I i if you are interested. I J Jl j Several proposals of ,the road' south' and a mile back. -
Florida Clerks 1 -Assdciatidn There is snow on the ground
; --I jI L rere presented by Clerk of and I think it. 'snowed last

l-\)t, ;[: I ihe. Circuit: Coflft; Charles A. night, but the highways are
AT I[ Darby. These' Included an increase soon cleared and* I4 walk in HEATEROur.
I Siade Gas
." I; in fees' paid to jurors the streetGabbr and I. He\

FISH AND it t f i ih and witnesses.At wearsthe little blue sweater .

the present time' jurors I.;. knitted for Digger, my
; in Bradford' County 'are paid Pekinese, doggie I had so
MRKETSPARE :'' S3: per day and.' five cents a many years. gabby has so

( ji mile travel) allowance, each much fun. He' wants to bark ,
.. I, way, one time : n1v. ,Witness;: and I I f fers are $3. with, five cents a town. He stands on ,his hind
I mile allowance ca hay.. legs anl looks, out. the front
FllESII i i Darby1! said these tel'S'. were window/l It..is: a large windowHe
FRYERS LB. ',_ inadequate to compensate- &: makes me.laugh.. 1

r person for loss of"time-away: I have sent in :my application -
SMOKED I from his job: for my passport. I has

PICNICS LB. The I.awfey's City of Lawtey Requests; represented send to have in:my.my picture'''birth certificate.taken and Warehouse Overcrowded These Heaters Must Go!.

AT_ + by Clerk Ethel1 Reddish Also I niy book? .of ,shots and Limited "First Come First'ServedSOLD !
SMOKED asked for special acts vaccinations. went, to the Supply ,
)' + [ prm.1r1. !nit -that1: the office of clerk's off
.
LB. county ice. and they
BACON w i Law-ley marshall be appoinIvfc !
; made

I In.l THE PIECElIOKtu for 'a ratherthan registration elective of qualif and-' 'sent, a application m to ne'y'order Washington' for for me, D.nine'dollars and C.' *--- FOR *69.95-- *. REG-. PRICE 39.95*::

f lied voters.
: : I had to have 3. dozen other

SAUSAGE LB. ; i I:' the Private John nerd Torode'citi for1 n.speaking-as.pointed redistricting out a1I 'small-to get pictures into' other?made'countries.for visa. : 305oo.o' BTU, mmWITH : : 25,000 BTU RAY-GLO :

R You see we stop In Spain, .
MILL r County Commissifiner. districts LOWER. DELUXE HEATER
France, Italy. Greece, Egypt
61 lo make them more equal ralo' I :
AUSAGE.LB. and, other countries in Afri-
f. population. ca. It will.bew nderful to se* j USED FOR 2 MONTHS Prim Style Only! 8-Inches From Back To Front
hex
Green, also
? appearing
the Hply Land, to walk wherf i

VIIITE LB. A'- i.pdssae i )as a'' private of a,, so-called citizen, ,opposed Public 'Jesus walked and kneel to I SALt 00 GOING $JO F* 00
BACON .
I \ ( ( "" Defender Bill. : '. pray where' Jesus praTe 1I I S4' 0

I ,. would like to( be baptized I I PRICE a AT ONLY s
once more, and this. time in : J
:
LB. I I .
RIB the'Jordan River where Jesus I
/\ f'f'I
t:. i SahUp. was baptized.Vh opee! You i!j -.
know.L Christians ,
see so-many( :

., ; ); wither long faces. Weshould !i : -- ONLY ONE REGULAR RETAIL $49.95
i
Kills.1W,0.t have joy |\n< our ,hearts I -- *

CHICKEN BACKS_ SIbs.. : 49c .. and' be happy..We have 'eternity ,
with :Jesus to look to;.
i "L (Continued' ..From ,Page One]';I Stf let us be full of joy'and ,, Fire Log HEATER 5 '

'paid; "The ierl.tt. e car happiness We; are: the child- i GOING AT 9'

ALL MEAT LB. FRESH I nagnot: ;, bath lr damaged and..:rm..oftht.Kini: Each' day is'']' ". .
LB. I \\tik waV I I a new Degi ning. My daugh-.
steeringwheel: not ; End the Wood Hauling Business, and Begin the
'e ?n bent.* ;ter-irt-law just .now. called j Ii :

c c Funeral 'services for both ,and- she. has 'bought some1! :, Warmth of a GAS HEATER Used 2 Months. :
STEW 59'HENS 19. ':the .violins I were' .scheduled things 1 for me- i need on the.,! J .' .

for Tuesday morning at Jones trip Whoopee! Raincoat' '

'.. .. f'J hfuoI '. Funeral-Home' with diary, shampoo, and a lot of j Ii ; -Reg. 59.95 *-Retail $32:95Sells at $$189.504. :

'iRear.tt'f1, 'Newsomfe1 pastor things. So ,things are-, shaping !I,, I .

f t.of the'; CIIr 'mOtist Church)ii :.up.,My son is ,-sogood.I.ave') ,! : RAY-GLO OPEN HEARTH 25,000 BTU 65,000 BTU VENTED :
i officiating: Burial. 'wasin'. them all eoimuck: I:

CENTERCDTPORK CHOPS.lb.' .i Dyal.. Ceraeter?:near RaifordtBoth 'It' is 7 o'clock".now and I I HEATERS DEA.TERS"
69cl3K1SKL'1" I ,
: : wferfe barn Starker .1.1j HEATERSIdeal
,near' j:h aft be n'up.shicJe.5.I always;:;;;:
F biif Ttstone mO'to Gainesville .. I -
I' .
I drink if lot of water and havemy'breakfast ;:. '. '
{ 12 years ago: when' bills.' of bacon, egg j!II I. Ideal For A Fireplace'E HAVE ? : : ; Thermostat, :
iiTetetone, wasseven old I'I Gires BiawfTi"I Safety Valve Just
Beautiful
years I toast, and coffee. I 'drink l;il Heating: i. i .
STEW . Miss-'Tetstbn Hto tiKe'Control
Was
a1 member I I.7keep'oran Comfort CUT Heat
... .s Tang now as t' do riot try to TO''i
I { of Caltary Baptist Church: .' e' juice for myself. RIB STEW .. . < Tetstone 'way Korean. war: : 'if GOES
in the' l'
Toda'r mail
may NOW
I vftteran.fiurvivors. $$31-00, V
$22'd
get a coat from Sioux Citv. It'
END CUT PORK CHOPS ; include four brothers ;
: will be an all weather coat to .50
"' : Zenas. 'Atlantic Beach,
i. take with She is alsosending .
Joe; and Ernest Gainesville. me. ; '4. :A .
-
;
WEINERS '
- me a' hat: So many -

BOLOGNA Ib S. t:Mrs and Marvin Anni.Mae Atlanta Jones it sister, .Gain-, I people', are'' excited a* I, am i' ,: HOLD YOUR tJA'IiURitE. E ; WE Gm! j

. .' ,e5ville-and their-father. Tony :: about my _trip and, helping .

.. r. T' of Starfci: 'I I me. So ,miny- .years I was!
BEEF LIVER. tied down in the Mortuary. i -_ 25,000 BTU O EN FRONT" 9
I ;:' j. now I am'free; : .
T elstar' i+ "
PORK LIVER \ ..' toExplanation ,j I Here is someAing";; .unusual- : !HEATER S REG. $29. S' 25

4 I I Given [t, Its" gooj.,5AUEit'KR. I ; S SA
To trt, SALAD: 1brg "
Club
Rotary First
j Come
|, First Served
drained.
can
| sauerkrautr .
= .
t I .
t : r .,
OPEN 6 A. M.: I. tirriest; Sllnkley, with 'theISouthern ) 1. ,onion chopped, fine. 1 cup = 1- Closing Out AtHabe ?
Bell Telephone CoLJ:diced celery 1 large green :
I save 'an' inter .stint 5CUSsonl! | pepper. diced. For dreying... 1film' i
7
: TO "prT: :the recently developed Tele-q! 6Sladeas

"star" communications' satellite showing the preparation .
DAYS ,tyETJCK'A'tONDETE.UHEOF.7'iR0EIIfETA ; IQIJANTJTYn '- at the RotarrCltrtJ'XVedtaesday.j j and:launching of the soccessfnl; ..
RIGHTS RESERVED 10 P. Ml After d scribingthe.> revolirtionary 1 satellite--.Cape :CauavereL.The. -
WEEK : effect of the satellite; .,. speaker 'was introduced :

'" ..", y f( Fifo, rnlee ,. .Phone 969J1095 .. .on' eonununicatiooa of- the fu- by;CoL T. T-- Long. who had Of Starke Home Of. Quality! .

'tore, the speaker prtdated aji j'charge of {the: program j _
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! BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG RAPH. ST%BKE. FLORIDA TI1URSDAT. FEB. 28 1963. II

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: Negro MenArrested ,J!- .A,:.-". :P--- -F NOTICE IS NOTICE HEREBY GIVEN 1960 term thereof. A.D. 1980, of fol' clemency to the State Boardof I
; Rape Hearing THAT I, JAMES MAURICE ED- the
Lt. I offense of Violation of Internal Pardons. Tallahassee Flor-
, I ,,' "- .;. WARDS, JR., who was convicted Revenue Liquor Laws, ida, at its next regular meeting,
For r e1 in the Federal Court, Southern and sentenced therefor to three James Maurice Edwards. Jr.
Waived ByDefendants District of Florida Jack ((3) years probatIon. will apply (Applicant)
/.j sonville. Florida, at the Feb. 19, %.%8 2t 3-7
_ _ _

t Cutting Hair 4_. -.3... 'I:,.... -- ...- -. .1
.lc. .. I
.e .
.
'
! In a crackdown
unlicensed
on
.
-# : ..
.
I A preliminary hearing in the
.
bartering in the county, two r .
,.. case of the rape of a 15-year-
..
.
negro men were !arrested during :
-
-- _i old Starke girl was called off
the weekend .t ., 4q_ ).
by a sheriffs -., suddenly Monday by the two

deputy and W. P. Wilson, inspector defendants after officials and
.7 % I to: 20 Words or less, one time _- .95 Memorials, Resolutions --- Se per won
witnesses had been called
.
with the 1" -
Commission.Barbers Sanitary !- c : ; 4" I i I : the courtroom.The If not paid in advance _ 1.00 Cards of Thanks, up to 59 word .

: Joseph Britt of Lawtey was .. ..' hearing was to be held Keyed or Blind Ads _____- 1.00 Over 50 words .. 5c pep wore

Arrested Saturday, and IVanMorris ,... .,.,. ..i.: : -- :Monday afternoon for Leon Each additional word over 20 _, 05 Display ads In Classified 1.50 per ioi*

I Route 2, Starke, on ,-.,.. ..' -' '. Herman Pringle, 22, charged
INSURANCEAT
, Sunday. with rape, and Randal Box, 20. NURSERY WORKERS need-
REDUCED
:Britt, who officers said was charged with being a principal AUTO FIRE RATES BOAT ed. Apply at office Blair's ]

I actually operating a barter. .-$ .- ... !I to the crime. According to DOYLE E. CONNER Nurseries, Macclenny Fla.
----- ----- -
sbop in his home,-pleaded guilty ------ 'County Judge T. A. Yawn, the INSURANCE" ; AGENCY 3 tchg 3-7 -

, in county judge's court 'I two defendants first asked for Phone 964-4501 :,OS'11- One Come-A-Long
B tfchsr
Tuesday and was sentence I to Company Is DeactivatedCompany I a delay, which was granted, in Hoist. Reward. Phone 964- ,

pay. $100 fine or serve 30 days order to obtain council.! Shortly Insurance Problems? Read The Classifieds! 6461. itchg

;,mJ' Jan. B of the 748th! command of Lt. Joseph H. I thereafter, however, the taro Call The Man From IF YOUR NAME IS I H. A. GRAINGER Spreader

; Morris, who claimed he confined Ordnance Battalion which Johnson. In mid-1955 Lt. .suddenly decided to waive the TRAVELERS"George FOUND AMONG THE I Service Chicken fertilizerfor :

his barberin..- to members was deactivated! last week and : I hearing, the judge said. sale. Hauled and spread.
; E. LaRue
.t. Rodney F. Hall assumed command CLASSIFIED ADS, CALL
p& the family, was sentenced integrated into the 622 Ordnance I Yawn said the two will now I I Lime also. Phone 684-5433
of the company until Keystone Heights Agt. For AT THE TELEGRAPH Grandin, Fla. 8tp 4-18
General :await action! at the
:tpj a fine of $25 or 10 days. : Company, Sup- grand jury "Travelers Ins. Companies"Tel.
'* The charge of barbering port has won major awards Capt. Joseph G. Wood came I spring: term of circuit court 473-4692 Day, OFFICE FOR A FREE. We specialize in all types

J without a certificate of regis- nine of the 11 years it was on in 1958 Company B went since the offense constitutes 473-4325 Nites. TICKET TO THE FLORIDA ,, roofing, remodeling, repairs +

.fj-ation from the samUry comihismon active. a review of its history back to Lt. Hall in 1960-61 :a capital crime.According Auto Fire Home Business THEATRE. and roof painting. No money

carries a maximum I shows. and then came under the to the Bradford Monthly Payment Plan down, free estimates.: : J. B.

penalty of: $500 fine or six i The company was organi2ed command of Capt. James F. .County sheriff's office, Pringle Available WANTED Handyman at Meeks Roofing Co. Jacksonville -

months in jail I December 1. 1952 under the Bloodworth until its demise :.is accused of raping the 15- tfchg. Poultry farm. Room board Fla. Telephone PO 8-
year-old girl in a vacant house and small :salary. Foster Hayes. -
7057.
,. I Rt. 1 Hampton. Phone 7tp 4-4
1 east of Lawtey last }February WANTED: Man with car to
Waldo 468-1155. 3tp 3-14
-J-- 1. Pringle told officers he was service insurance debit. Above NOW F.HJL-V.A. HOMES

: 'WOW' I separated from his wife and average salary, plus commis SPRING IS COMINGHave NEW HOl\lES-BRICK

child, said to 'toe in LitUa Reck, sions. Good opportunity for your Lawn Mower sharpened. VA-$50 Down

Trophies Won Over The Years. I:Ark., and had baan staying advancement for a hard worker Calvin Johns, Phone 964-1441.tfchg FHA 3% Down I

:with a sister in Jacksonville, Contact Manager, Room DESIGNED FOR MODERN
: COLOR TV SET
last week. companies in the State of returning Jan. 8 to Lawtev, 12, Security Building, or write,. FOR SALE-Coldspot refrigerator LIVING

Company B received the I Florida which meant it was where he stayed with his grand P. O. Box 3676, Gainesville, in excellent condition. LA RUE CORPORATION
$50. Phone 964-1323.
.J. rating of superior in efficiency Florida's top national guard mother. Fla. up Starke.ltp JOEL HEARD PH. 964-8641 J

: and training each year it company in maintenance, administration Officers said that Box became FOR SALE Completely fur- Inquire at 301 E. Call St
FOR RENT Furnished ,
:1 a-
a : i iI was active, except for 1956 and craining.In involved when th<' two nished 3 bedroom frame partment. Lights and water
and 1959 when it earned the 1960 the unit also won called on the teenage girl in house. 2 blocks from shopping REGISTER NOW for adult
I H i iI Box's 615 W. furnished $45 per mo. Mrs.C. evening classes. Mall your
iI I From the Pershing Trophy for obtaining car. They later inducedthe Lafayette St.
excellent.
lower rating of
I selections
I Y. Kirchaine, 514 S. Ep course to L. H. Gibson
; the highest rating in girl to go inside! the vacant tfchg
I 1957 through 1962 CompanyB person St. tfchg Drawer 100. Starke. $2.00
---- also received superior rat- the entire Third Army, of house on the pretext of: FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished fee per course. Negro adult

1 i ings in its inventory of fed- which it was a part, in weap- Pringle wanting f show her garage apartment 1958 FORD 3-4 TON contact Prof. Thompkins. R.J.

I eral equ Jment. ons training.In scmfthing and tak; with her, $45 per mo. Close in. 446 W. PICKUP E. School. tfchf

itji' In 1955:) and 1960 the unit 1954, 55, 56, 57, 61, and deputies said. 'Box, who had a Madison St. Phone 964-6811. 37.000 MILES. ONE OWNER; NEW AND USED-Chain saws

was awarded the National i 62 Company B was awardedthe flashlight, left to see about 3 tchg 3-14 HEAVY DUTY BODY; FOUR $50.00 up. Repairs all makes.
I : -
I 'I McClamma Trophy forthe finding a light switch and Prin FOR SALE 1959 Chevrolet- SPEED TRANS. PERFECT I Lawn mowers sales and ser
j Guard State Trophy in maintenance -
I gle then atacked the vice. Your McCulloch Dealer-
: 748th Ordnance Battalionfor criminally pickup, excellent condition. MECHANICAL CONDITION.
I II II in 1958 and 1961 it Florida Saw Co. 19th
Drivt
I ;
I I efficiency in weapons girl, according to the sherUf'soffke. new tires, 1963 tag. $900.00 $675. N. East
Gainesville, Fla. 6-
II II I I II won the Adjutant General's training for the entire bat- M. M. McRae, Rt. 2 Box 60,: 1950 FORD V-8 GOOD CAR, 3411. tfchg

II I Trophy over all other Guard talion. Morgan Road. 2tp 2-28 $100
I FOR RENT: 1 Bedroom trailer.
I New Housing FOR SALE -Argentine Ba-. GREEN BUICK CO. Also trailer lots for rent

yy.yyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyTVyyyyyyyy..TTYYNEWS hia seed. 75s lb. High germina- 215 Temple Ave Ph. 964-6491 Westmoreland Trailer Park,

Moving Fast tion. Lucian Conner. 4tchg3-7 I phone 969-2151. tf
I II OF INTEREST TO COLORED FOR SALE chf.
FOR SALE2 br. concrete
I CITIZENS OF BRADFORD COUNTY Figures SayThe I block home in walking distance By OwnerIn THRIFIY, NIFTY HONDl/L

of shopping area and "SO," cycle. 4 stroke OH.V.
-- ------- Elizabeth Given I churches. Furnished Pinehurst Subdivision L, engine. No oil and
---- (By ) or un- LI messy gas
construction of new furnished. Quiet, large lot, 1 Concrete Block Home, 3 I, mixture. 225 miles per gal.

-.-.1A11A1111A11A111111AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAALegion----------------------- housing in Bradford County, trees. Call 969-2845. tfchg Bedrooms & Florida Room,. $269.00. Electric starter $30

BYR. C. A. AuxiliaryAll persons are asked to attend. over a 10-year. period, has FOR SALE-Reasonable 'priced Carport & Utility Room.F. ., dd. McGriff Trading Mart,

I L. I been at a rapid pace accord- used Televisions. Refrigerators H. A. Approved 130 N. Court St. 2tp 2-28
the
members of the American The club is working on Washers. Excellent
ing to cumulative figures released .
Legion Auxiliary are ask- project of purchasing uniforms Condition. Bullington Appliances Small Down Payment. d ATTRACTIVE BUYS IN
I by the Government. Phone 964-3544 REAL ESTATE
ed to meet at 2 p.m. Sundayat tfchg
for the band members.
COME SEE COME REGISTER COME OFTENNo
-
The of Commerce
Department One lot 240x250 ft
I RJE. please come to help 717 W. Cypress Street near paved -
Obligation Your help is needed.Mrs.. report shows Bradfordhas MEN WOMEN COUPLES road, 1 1-2 miles! of Starke,
finish plans for the banquetto
TO BE GIVEN AWAY BY be held on March 9.-Mrs. Alma Jenkins president. a larger proportion of needed to manage motels. Experience Starke, Fla. some improvements price 1
dwellings built during the unnecessary as we I- 1250.00
L. M. Royal, president. Church News "
past 10 years than is the case : train qualified applicants. BEWARE of buying any en- Small farm, two bed room

Band Parents Club Mount Moriah Methodist in many parts of the nation.In I Age no barrier, luxurious a- cyclopedia before you see house, near pavement. Own-

IMPERIAL Service Station"Penny ,The Band Parents Club met Church officers and members: Bradford County, some partment furnished. For per WORLD BOOK. Call or writeM. er's ,equity $1,800.00. Balance

Monday night at the school under the leadership of Rev.B. sonal interview write giving A. PAYNE, your local representative like}. rent

with the 'president in charge. F. J. Williams, were hoststo 1,328 new dwellings were built address and phone number to since 1956, Box 603 10 At,farm, good 3 bed room
I in the 10-year period. Taking
For 100 Octane Your The next meeting will be held phone 964-3794. UChg house, paved road goodly
Penny Imperial Ethyl Is Best Buy"U. the District Evangelist into account the number of J, care Telegraph, Drawer A, number fruit trees. Price $9-

: S. 301 N. CITY LIMITS STARKE FLA. on: March 11. All interested I, Campaign last Saturday. The old houses that were eliminated Starke. 2tp 2-28 FOR SALE: 1950 GMC half- 000.00,-This is a real buy. See4Wt.'is
-- -- _- WSCS will meet Sunday at 11 ton pickup truck; 1958 Chevy
to make room for new ones, EQUIPMENT FOR SALE believing.
'
a.m. with Mrs. M. B. Roberts panel; 21-ft cabin cruiser inboard .'A. J. 'Thomas. RealtorW.
the county ended the decade All or part. 1 meat case, new
/ president, in charge. All members ; 9 cu. ft. Norge refrig-
.= with a total of 4.019 units. Dayton computer scales to erator. Phone 533-2911 H. HarrellElectraTronics
------------ ---- -- and friends are invitedto Kings-
This wave of new construction $1.00, chopper, slicer, shelves, ley Lake. 2tp 3-7 Inc.
Bank/ Financing Low Overhead attend, oth men and played an important part show case, 2 hydraulic jacks, ,
E. L. Kirk
women.Harry Young, lay Industrial Division Sales Service -
grease gun, portable ahtank, ,
: in the local economy, provid-
Rates (I [ Saves leader, reporter. I I' ing work for people in the register, adding machine and YOUR OLD WATCH will Repairs on Motors, Gen
Calvary Missionary Baptist other items. Gulf Station a- make the down payment on a erators, Switching and Con
various building trades, as wellas beautiful
Church held a financial drive I' cross from Farmers Marketon new Bulova at: trols, Welders and Tools, Power
On 63 Cars You Money I outlets for suppliera yN' Dahmers Discount House.
-- last week with the following 301. Dasher's. Itp tfchg Conversion, Transformers.
building materials appliances,
churches participating: Free -- Service and Repairs to AU
PEE STERN'S for Fish,
home furnishings, and the your I FOR SALE- 1961 Falcon like I'
__ ___ '
-------1 .7 -'- IF Will Baptist, New Bethel Heavy Industrial Electrical
'Rait Touehip 3 to 4 do_ in I new. Take up payments. $200.

Baptist, Mt. Pisgah A.M.E. like.The report shows that 33 nlactip bag. $1.00. 13< Q J S. Walnut equity cash or trade. Phone Equipment
and Greater Allen Chapel A. St. 2t chg 3-7 964-8021 1939 N. E. 27th Ave. Gvillt
per cent of the homes now in 2tp 37FOR
M.E. The officers and members PHONE 372-1280
use in Bradford R. W. Spitz_ SALE OR TRADE1958Buick.
County were _
grateful to all for the '
Auto Sales are .
Noegel's built since 1950. This compared FOR SALE: Excellent business Extra nice family car. tftthg.I
success, and the courage to
All power, air cond. $275 cash.
attend in bad weather. All with 27.5 per cent built location. 200 ft. on Hi- WE DONT
BaL at $37.19 per mo. to re-
301. uv'udps! BR. year-
way
since 1950 in the entire U.S. Sell
members of the church are you we help you buy.
down. sponsible party or trade equity
old house, $11.000.) $500
The value
of new dwellings Good selection of new and
notified that Sunday School *85 mo Or h nse:; with 100 for car of equal value.
erected in Bradford County used 8' and 10' wide Mobile
will be organized on Sunday, ft. frontage, $10,000. Call 964- Phone 964-2914. Up -

AND March 3. The weekly Prayer during the past ten years R641. 2tchg 3-7. INSTRUCTIONSMEN Homes.
H Meeting will be held each [based on average market prices 3 bedroom--- LAKE GENEVA
FOR SALE -
prevailing in the region] TRAILER PARK
Thursday night at 7:30. Every
second Sunday will be observed is approximately $16,998,000, house and 1-2 acre land &WOMEN NEEDED 1 mi.! SE of Keystone HU,

as Trustee Day and around $1,300 each. $3,000. $50 down $47.50 per WORK IN on Route 100 >

one or more services will be Not taken Into account in mo. Phone 359-3055, Jacksonville CIVIL SERVICE tfch*

Finance 'Company held.Rev.. George Lee, Pas connection with these figures, tfchg No experience necessary, gram FOR SALE

tor. Mrs. Gerlene Dommon is the huge amount that was SINGER SEWING MACHINECO. mar school education usually Ready mix concrete, concrete

reporter. spent on modernizing older Sales & Service by authorized sufficient Train now at home block house piers, sand cement
representative. Con- for jobs with security. For details -
houses.
One-fourth of the income -
Greater Allen Chapel A.M.E. mortar mix, rock, steel
tact: John Edenfield, 964- send address
name, phone
of construction -
companies
Church will observe regular oyster shell, limerock, roof
I WE FINANCE THRU 1958 WITH pastoral day starting with reportedly, came from 6963 964-2651., or Stump's Dept. Store tfchg, number to: gravel lintels. BRADFORD
National Service
0' Sunday School at 9:45: Miss this source. Training ENQR. CO. Phone 964-2521.

Fannie Bell Frazier in charge. I By virtue of the changes FOR SALE: 17-acre farm 2 Box A, Starke Fla. Starke. tfchg

Morning service Love Feast that have occurred, the average 1-2 mi. NW Lawtey 1 mi. off lOtp-Apr/4

will be held at 11. Evening dweling unit locally now 301. E. J. Raulerson. 4tp 3-7 FOR RENT Furnished 'A- HASTINGS MATTRESS

No Finance Charge Service Holy Community, 6 p. has an occupancy of 3.6 peo- FOR RENT -Furnished and partments. 1 & 2 bedrooms! & UPHOLSTERY WORKS

m. with the pastor in chargeof ple. The average elsewhere in unfurnished apartments. Also we pay light and water. Contact .- 719 Lemon St.PalstkaFurniture

all services. Junior Cnurch the country is 3.4. unfurnished 2 or 3 bedroom 431 Center St. or Boiling- Repaired,
ton
houses. Reasonable rent. W. H. Appliances- Phone Day
meeting each Monday at 5 p. The upsurge of building, Nollman. Starke. tfchz 964-6551 Night Upholstered & Refinished
m. Parents please send the locally and in other parts of 9647191.tfchg :MATTRESSES REBUILTNew

Junior Church members to the nation is attributed in FOR RENT-2 bedroom unfurnished PEYTON FLORIST Innersprings

WE YOU HUNDREDS OF $ $ meeting. Homer Williams is part to the easier financial house. 61-2 miles and Box
North of Starke on Hiway 16. 119 S. THOMPSON ST. SpringsDrop
still sick and would welcomethe climate that prevailed throughout
Phone 964-1513, Mrs. J. W. Us A Card or Call
PHONE 564-4155
visits of members and most of the decade. Because
tfchg
friends. of Government support, Gaskins. NIGHT 964-3891 or 863-122 PALATKA EA 5-9161
CAN ON YOUR 63 CARS STARKE 4:4
I Free Will Baptist Church: mortgages became easier to PRIVATE PIANO OR VOICE DISTINCTIVE FLOWERSWe MBS. PEGGY 8HALLEB,
Weekly schedule as follows- negotiate and home owner- LESSONS. Instructor Music Wire Flowers Anywhere
Starts, Agent
Monday night, Choir No 1 re- ship was made possible for Major Alabama Polytechnic tfeh2 '

hearsal. Tuesday night Junior more people.As Institute. Auburn. Ala. Mrs. :
1 WITH FACTORY VARRAN1YYouCanCompare Frank W. Reeves 1378 Bland- INCOME TAX SERVICE 7.LlS'rWhite and lemon col-
dub meeting. Wednesday a result, over 15 million: ing St. 2tp 3-7 pre4 female medium size pointer

I night, Prajer Meeting. Thurs- new dwelling units were con- SHORT AND LONG FORM bird dog. Missing 2 weeks.

day night. Ladies Circle meeting structed in the US. NEW SPRING AND SUMMER BUSINESS AND FABMSCHEDULES Anyone knowing the where '

at home of Mrs. Georgia DRESSES- values to $14.95 about&.of this dog Please notify

Jenkins. Friday night. the Your choice $2.98. Sizes 7 to the Sheriff Office.
Social Mrs. Clarence F. RhodenDaUy9A.M.9P.M.
}! SecurityA
Anywhere pastor and members will worship 24. Girl's dresses $1.98. Mary __."':j 4tp 2-28
.
Carter Paints, 312 N. Temple
with Rev. :
White
Sampson EXPERIENCED
WAITRESS
representative of the
Ave. 2tchg 3-7 Phone 964-3031 ,.
and members. The church ES. Apply in '
is Gainesville person at Garden
social security office 1126 N. Thompson
sponsoring a pie sale and all Restaurant. tfchg
will be at the courthousein
members and friends are ask- Income Tax Service
Starke at 9:30 a.m. Friday. FOR SALE-3 bedroom home. Mrs. R. S. Johns

No Hi Rent No Floor fort.ed to Deacon cooperate James with Prince the ef-is March 8, for the purpose of Charles E. Hutcheson Hardwood floors, tile' bath. 10 acres Improved land, good

in Bradford County Hospital conducting social security bus- Mon. Fri. After 5 P. LAD Conveniently located. Phone location for someone working
@ iness. The public is invited to 9641834. tfchg in Gainesville. $5.50G-exc.e1.
I To Pay Plan To Pay and we wish him a speedy re- call at that time. Day Saturday lent terms. '
H. Green is able to PANSY PETUNIA & CAL-
covery. CALL 964-1195 Nice:home In town::: almost t! .
I report back to work afte; a 521 Pratt St. Starke ENDULA plants for sale-Mrs. new*only $9,000 with $1.000

i p week's illness. Rev. Louis Esterbrook Cartridge and Ferguson, phone 964-5571, 2 down.. STROUT REALTY U.

I McKay. pastor; Mrs. Rosa Fountain Pens $1.95 $2.95 Chged 4-12 mi. from Starke on Hiway 16 S. 301 So., Starke. Fla. Phone

Green, reporter. $3. ; at The TELEGRAPH. [north]. tfchg '48Si765.
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STARKE, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1963


r to prepare something for your, They will return to the foreign
family that is especially tasty. field in March.
IC
0 Farmer's Diary Home Demonstration So to please your appetite Regular services throughoutthe

may we suggest Baked Tuna week at The Tabernacle.THE .
By Sam McGarvey Noteby Fish.

Baked Tuna Fish
A Mess Is DisclosedAt that was 660 feet long, and CHURCH OF GOD
Sorry we hate to remember how DOROTHY ROSS One 4-ounce can tuna 2 OF PROCHECY

,.- & Home Demonstration Agent cUPS.bread crumbs, 3 hard Brooker Fla.
many trips we made and
up_ boiled eggs, 3 tablespoonsflour
Legislative Hearing On Housing down those rows,hoeing, dust- three-fourths teaspoon Sunday School. 10 a. m.
ing or spraying, picking, or
Incredible disclosures came to lightat a handsome profit on the job since it "minding the birds." Bally Day without having to move it. salt dash pepper 2 cups milk L.Morning B. Young Worship People's, 11 Service.ajn. V.
[3] A writing table placedso 1 tablespoon butter.
Demonstration
is Rally and
a legislative hearing in Gainesvillelast overpriced by as much as ten times I 7 p.m. Evangelistic Service 8
Friday revealing the diabolically its actual value in some instances. Of course today, with the ; Day will mark the beginningof both natural and artificial Using a heavy saucepan, p.m. Wednesday Prayer Meeting
the left make a white sauce by mix-
falls it from
Club Week. light on
National 4-H
clever methods used by human vulturesto With the sale of the tractor, much of the walkinghas 7:30 pjn-K. J. Robinson -
mortgage accomplished been eliminated. But there The program will take place is good..Of course, if the per- ing flour salt pepper butter
defraud property owners of millionsof and the ill-earned profit in All we need now is some are still the rounds to be Saturday March 2, in the son using the table is left- and a little of the milk. Grad- Sr., pastor.

dollars worth of property annually. its pocket, the construction company warm weather for the berry made In feeding and wateringthe Starke USO starting at 10 a. handed, the light should ually add the rest of the milk

And the worst part of the miser- "goes out of business," goes into bank crop to pop out. One of the stock, and a dozen other m. come from the right so there and let simmer. Remove from BETHEL BAPTIST CHURCH

able mess is that under our present ruptcy, changes its name, or adopts big growers, Luther Hilliard daily chores: arid the farmer 4-H girls, their parents, and will be no shadow on the writ fire add tuna bread crumbs
inadequate statutes these scoundrels, some other method of losing its iden- said this week that he has and his family are still the local leaders will attend the ing paper. and boiled eggs chopped Mix Sunday School 10 a. m.;
; some of whom would make Fagin look good bushes and that they walking champions of the annual event. The girls are Other points to consider: well. Pour into a shallow bak- Morning Worship 11 a. m.

like Little Lord Fauntleroy, can't be tity.The luckless property owner, finally are loaded with bloom and world. looking forward to it. Junior [1] All large pieces of furniture ing dish that has been but 7:30 p.m. KCT. R. T. Wil-
touched small small fruit. "It's just too cold girls have. been busy making such as beds dressers. tered. Bake for 20 minutes in Evening Worship 7:00: p.m.
by the law, while the realizing he has been taken, refuses to
time thief, who makes off with his make his monthly payments, or is unable for them .to grow. ," .he said. Continued cold weather has blouses. which they will modelin couches, rugs, etc., should be I hot oven about 400 degrees. Prayer meeting Wednesday
behind held egg production down, but the dress revue and the placed parallel to the wall. Serve in the baking dish. 7:30 p.m.Rev.. R T. Williams
neighbor's pig, can serve years to make them because they are
so Some of the growers are with the return of warm older girls are making dresses This gives a feeling of greater For variety, leave out the pastor.
bars.Through high he cannot pay them out of his still mulching with wild weather the. hens will get to and other garments.The order and more space. A large boiled eggs and add a cup of
seven long hours the leg- limited income. At this point the mort- hay. This is a late time to be work and turn out a flood of girls will take part in piece of furniture placed a- mixed peas and carrots well LAURA BAPTIST CHURCH

islative committee sat.and listened to gage buyer moves in and begins fore- doing it, but we suppose they eggs. The market now, according relay races, the grand march, cross a corner of the room is drained, and a teaspoon of
the testimony of fraud victims, some closure proceedings. In the eyes of the have had to hold back for to one of the big producers and other games. Other partof also hard to clean behind. [2] onion juice, if you like. Sunday school 9:45 a.m.

of whom found themselves obligatedand law he is within his rights because he one reason or another. And is just "so-so.. He the program will be given The size of the furniture Morning worship 11 am.
their property encumbered with is presumed to be "innocent that's one of the argumentsfor talent should suit the size of the
an buyer" reports, by the way, that with over to demonstrations, At The TabernacleA Evening worship 7 pjn.
mortgages for up to ten times the who brought the mortgage in good plastic mulchingthat improved methods the cost of pantomimes skits, and roomno over-sized furni- Everyone welcome.

value of the actual work performed.And faith and is only trying to get his you get it done early and it's producing a dozen eggs has singing. Winners in this phase ture in a small room. Also group from the Gospel Rev. D. E. Willis, Pastor.

contrary to popular belief, not all money back. over with.. been cut.as low. as. 30 cents will be taken to Green Cove furniture used together shouldbe Tabernacle attended a meet-

of these victims were senile, incompentent The unfortunate property Just Springs March 15 to participate in scale. A spindly, fragile ing Monday: night at Hills-
owner about
; or stupid, by any manner of has the time our And speaking of prices, we in the district event. table looks out of place witha boro Haven, near Wellborn, FIRST CHRISTIAN
no against the front
recourse mortgage driveway
of gets passable, hear that berries have been Guide large chair of couch. A big CHURCH
means. The methods used by some unless he Old For ArrangingFurniture where Richard DeHaan was
the "suede shoe" wheelers and dealersare company could prove thatit Man Weather drops a bringing 29 cents a pint downat lamp and a tiny table are the speaker. They also attended .
Stoke
I in collusion with few more thousand 537 W. Can St,
was or a subsidiaryof gallons of Plant
City. Hope the price out of scale with each other.
The topic this the showing of a Billy
devious and conceived program
so cleverly the construction and thisis water on it, and instead of Bob L. Badgett. Minister
a holds
company, up when our comesin.
crop [3] Furniture should be placed -
that month in the Home Demonstration Graham picture, "The Holy
they defy description. Many hardly likely, or would be difficultto driveway we have two 'cricks" the "lanes of traffic"are Sunday School 8:45: a. m.
Clubs was arranging so City at Park-of-the-Palms
young, intelligent-though perhaps too prove. in our yard which only a duck furniture. Maybe you can use not blocked. Lanes of Thursday night. Church Worship) 10:45: a. m.

trustingpeople are among their victims The property owner loses his prop- can navigate. Best answer Have you read "Masters of these suggestions: traffic are the natural paths Dr. Knox and his wife, missionaries I Chi Rho, 59J p. m. Choir

I also. erty, and the mortgage holder, even would be a concrete drive Deceit," by J. Edgar Hoover? In deciding furniture arrangement through a room. to Cyprus and Leb- practice 6:30: p.m. CYF. 7 p.
The pattern seems fairly consistentin though he forecloses, frequently loses but at present ours like the We have and think that every for a room one Suggestion for Lent anon, were guests of Mr. and m. Prayer Meeting, 7:30 P.

most of the operations. A smooth- because he finds that the property road to a well-known place is American who does read it should consider the activitiesto During Lent you will want Mrs. Quigley Wednesday night. m. Wednesday.

talking salesman hits upon a victimor worth only a fraction of what he iSj,I paved with. Good. Intentions.. will be in a 'better positionto ; be carried on there. Furni- r- j i
( may be steered to him by a "birddog" recognize the threat to our ture should be grouped for
for his In
paid paper. some cases, the What with all the talk
country from Communism.
who commissionfor each. activity such as reading GRID
-one gets paid a
holder has about
mortgage found nothing but 50-mile hikes we got
providing tips on likely prospects). an empty lot, with no work done' at all to remembering the hikes we ,ALAA6AAAUAAAAAAAAAAACLAY studying, and working on 4
,. The work to be done is described in by the fraudulent construction comp- Used to take up north at sum- hobbies. Examples are: a bed- THE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH
side table by the bed. chair ACTIVE
terms and mentioned N Ill
glowing price -
a mer camp. Not 50-mile mar- HILLBy
1 ESTABLISHED 1879
any. and lamp with study table, N fn
which later turns out to be the "cash athons ,by any means, for
Everybody loses, it seems, but the 1 dressing table stool and two O Q
FLORIDA'S OLDEST WEEKLY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED CONc -
price. The time price is somethingelse that Airs. J. L. Strickland
is a long, long distanceto 1963
who did the work. lamps, bookcase, easy chair,
man dirty
UNDER THE SANE MASTHEAD
again (sometimes double or more), I hike. IAAUAAAA AUAAAAAAUm qr TINUOUSLY
the property owner is so bedazzled Admittedly, this will be a hard and lamp. ION
Convenience in should EDITOR AND PUBLISHER
Elgin Lang is absent from use E. L MATTHEWS. (
with the prospect of getting his house racket to control or eliminate due to But that got us around to the also be considered when'placing
grocery store for a few
"fixed up" that he thinks ,only in termsof the cleverness of the operators and thinking of the hiking a far- days and Lillian Futch is our furniture. PUBLISHED EACH THURSDAY AND ENTERED As SECOND CLASS MATTER AT THE

monthly payments, regardless of their ability to evade the law by think- mer does- or at least used store keeper again. Orlene Ill A dresser should be POST OFFICE,AT STARKE. FLA. UNDER ACT OP. MARCH s, ie?. I

: how long they run. ing up new approaches and new anglesto to do before the day of trac- [Elgin's sister has returned placed so the light falls on

Sometimes the glib salesman offersan circumvent the laws.It I tors. So we figured up that a home. She has been helpin El- the person's face. IN TRADE AREA: ONE YEAR: $300 SIX. MONTHS '1.75 I

additional inducement of a cash is obvious, however, that our field man, who and plowed who a 10-acre gin for sometime. [21] The bed should be plac- OUTSIDE TRADE AREA :..:_ ONE YEAR $3.so Six MONTHS $2.00

I payment to the property owner which present statutes are weak and inadequate "rounds" for made four-foot two Last week we ordered a ed so one ,can walk around it -
and that much be done to every tank of from the Griffis
can gas
will enable him to off some other .
pay row would make a total of -- f
strengthen them. Among the Brothers at Maxville, and it .
that he has suggestions '
bills, or buy something 660 trip along that 660footrow.
long needed or wanted. This is addedin made at last Friday's hearingwere I Now 66Q feet is one- was delivered by a blind man! 14't -. -, ',
This shows that a bad handi- -
with the "time price differential," : ''I eighth of ,a mile, so that cap can be overcome if we '' : ; -- J1M&
of course, and the property owner pays The licensing and bonding of construction comes out...to a;distance of 82 just try. Onell Cannon son '. .- ,-,. J\

dearly for it in the long run-but at companies and their sales. "i-2 miles of plowing for that of Kuyle Cannon:' is blind .I .......' '. .....,."' -- I.
'- '-
the moment he is thinking only about representatives; field. and almost deaf. 'True, his
that lump of cash and those "reason Provision for the issuance of build- S wife has to go along with him :

able" monthly payments.The ing permits in the county, as well as in You theoretical understand, and that all thisis and do the driving and lead LIVELY NEWS.

salesman then the municipalities; on doing him where he goes but he ..
gets property
some more
figuring, we use a .
does the
work nevertheless.It
owner to sign a contract for the work, Stiffer penalties for notaries of four-mile-per-hour gait for r; .
is better to try and fail,
and by hook or crook also gets a mort- public who put their seals on signa- the man and mule, and find fALCON GOES '

gage on the property -frequently including tures without actually seeing the per- that to cover the 10-acre than Nellie not Wilkinson to try at isn't all. improving -

in the legal description more son sign the paper; field we've listed would take in health as all of us : :
than the home owner thinkshe Extension of about 21 hours. So if our fig-
property the statute of limita- had hoped. Buddie told us urn
is giving. tions beyond its present two years; ures farmer are could correct then no she has to go to the doctor ,
plow that long, e *
this week for a check and .' ?>
the Requirements to itemize charges! up .f'f *qC*>H
Sometimes property owner ;: even if he worked from "can
doesn't even know he is signing a mort- (time price differentials, etc.) on contracts -, to cain't." more treatments. : T'
so the property Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pendar- N.NV.Y1 .
gage, but the papers are juggled owner_ can _see ,V A
around the salesman where his is rather than vis called on the Stricklands .v' v\%-\V\> C >>
so cleverly by money going, However 'iX-i
if
said
the
you Monday morning. They tell us = Choose from 16 models!
that the mortgage is sandwiched in between the present practice of using a lump farmer plowed only 12 hoursof Bill's mother is getting along ;" ,,,,,i, it t '
so that the victim unwittinglysigns sum figure. the day that would work Ir! 't a : Now you can get America's favorite
well
a mortgage at the same time Application of laws against usuryto out to about 50 miles of following very compact-teamed with a lively) new
We failed to
again Sunday
he signs a contract. In other cases, signatures contracts that use "time price dif- the mule, and we know get to church, but learned that : V-8. Choose from sixteen models-
that many a man in Bradford = I i, ; sedans,hardtop;,convertibles,wagons,
on mortgages have been forgedby ferentials" to get around the present in spite of the storm about v-a.

tracing from the signature on the laws against exhorbitant rates of in- County worked that long in Sunday School time there s ." '' exciting-and learn new Falcon how Sprints-add much fun driving -
the field and ?r just
contract, and have been notarized by terest. many times were 55 present and the 9/tt**tin /*/ ?- i
longer. All of which bringsus // *' V Tw.'f> r : can be.
notaries and witnessed by "witnesses"who Nursery won the banner. Rev. ///'/// -
of these will
Although none preventall to the point: that when it x i V-8 powered falcon Sprints made a
have never seen the signer. the frauds, they will provide a lot comes to walking, no one in Cecil day morning.Crawford preached Rev Bennett Sun ; dramatic debut in Europe-sweeping

After the mortgage is obtained for more ammunition to law enforcement the country does more than preached Sunday evening. -_,iiMBlAfe.lW I;; 3 their class in the gruelling 500-mile
an amount, usually double or more than officers than they have at the present the farmer, except that he -' "t Monte Carlo R .llye.

the actual} value of the property and the time. If they save one home out of ten doesn't give it the fancy name Steno Notebook, steno '\ Judge Falcon's cham,:::o::. ,. performance

work to be done, the repair or con that would otherwise be stolen by of hiking.. Ko-rect Type, TypewriterPens 1 i\\\ ; for yourself-test-drive a
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.
struction company offers it for sale, these sharpies, they will be more than I Typing Paper, Erasers lively new Falccn V-8 today!1r

at a handsome discount, to a company justified.We We had berries In a field Ribbons, The TELEGRAPH. I ::4. k r. -V-8 engine is standard in Falcon Sprints, optional in
other falcons including station vigors.Not ayailable In
dealing in such paper. The repair comp- are looking to the 1963 Legis-Ii -- t.. f :",' ,,, f 11., Faicon! Station Bus and: Club\ tvagoas.t : .
any can afford to discount. the mortgage lature for prompt and effective actionin ': America's livel.est: most cere-tree cars I (

up to 50 per cent and still make this field. NOTICEDue %f


I Food Faddists Fading Fast II I .f* s i FORD

to increase in Postal Rates and ?+" Falcon -f.lri_-Ford .Thunclorl.lr4

The fight against food faddism is He can rest assured that if he is other publishing costs, the following : f--: ': ,
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an extremely difficult one. a normal individual and will eat as he Tr .

All manner of exaggerated, unsupported should, he will suffer no deficiencies slight increase In subscription, rates (

and plain misleading claims are of vitamins or minerals or proteins."He I will be effective March 1, 1963 1 TT ra t I II

made for diets which the medical fraternity need not be disturbed by fears iI; II II I
out of its wealth researchand r f
or of cholesterol and other substances In Starke
Trade
experience, regards as dangerousto which are of concern mainly to the Area

health and life. But great numbersof abnormal individual under medical'I

people still innocently accept the treatment. You can and should sit
claims and follow the worthless One Year ---3.5O
spurious down to a well-cooked, well-chosen, at, 7
advice. tractively-served meal in a happy ?
I Six Months 2.00
The problem has become steadily frame of mind, and enjoy yourself in - -

worse in recent years. reasonable moderation "

Writing in Todays Health, Dr. W. This means that the normal indi- Outside Starke Trade Area

W. Bauer, Director of Health Education vidual needs, for physical health and

Emeritus of the American Medical} general well-being, meat, dairy products

Association, put the case for a sound fruits, and vegetables in balanced I' One Year - 4.00 IMCONV fUrURA FWDTOPys

diet in simple terms: portions. The food faddists who would' ,

"Anyone whose diet contains itemsin change this natural formula represent II:. Six Months - 2.25 r '

sufficient quantity from each of a danger to health. Special diets should y i
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the four basic food groups can forgetall be established only under the directionof All subscribers at -- '..,- rote TUBS Tart sneer Of I. :
renew
may
the extraneous worries about food a qualified physician. IUEIDABU PIOoom I
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old rate any time before I
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Sunday School, 10 eusuMorning CHURCH CHURCH

Worship 11 a. m Sunday School. 10 Lm. Sunday School 10 a. m. date.Bradford. TERWILLEGAR MOTORS;

Evening: Service. 7:30 pm. Y- Morning Worship 11 a.m. Morning Worship 11 a. m.

PE each Wednesday 7:30: p. Training Union. 6:30: p. m. Training Union 6:30 p.m.Eve

m. Prayer Meeting, Friday Evening Worship 7:30 p. m. ning Worship. 7:30 pm. Mid- County Telegraph 206 West Madison Street Starke, Florida 1 :
7:30: p.m L, S. WuXaas, Prayer Meeting Wednesday week Prayer Service Wednesday

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:f*Y..YY YYYT YTTYT YYTTOLAWTEY Visitors of Mr. and Mrs. A. Mrs. Sapp and, her childrenleft SUGGESTIONSFOR r be pf help tq ,you. and J, pray Week Prayer: and Bible Study '

I CE Pearce during the weekendwere J Sunday? morning,_,f o r.,_ LENTRV. ,READING jGcd's blessing on you in your IA,Bride :far Isaac ,7:30pm( ., \ t w'' Nv[

r \ Mr. and.Mrs. J. H. Sapp, Clearwater to attend the wedding Lenten reading. Wednesday. WMU meeting
[Part. Two, ].. S .E
tiieirj tfjn-in-law and daughter Of her grandson Jimmip I Friday, 7:45 pan. Everyonewill I T. GAEE1,

: By EnzaWarmup> Ebaallcd : Mr.and Mrs. Gerald Bush Sapp, son of 'Mr.: .and Mrs. By Rev. R. E. McBIain FIRST PRESBYTERIAN report on missionarywork STAMP?,

'" j<' "" 'i kJW and their- daughter..Debby, .of Cecil Sapp -1 CHURCH during the past week. I

._..,.p.. .. &-+.a&1....au&11. ofa. Miami, Mr,: and Mrs. R. W. Friends of Mrs. Nola Cason By long tradition the season Minister Homecoming, March 10, din I
II. Walton Grad, '
: Night i Sapp of Jacksonville, .Mrs. will regret to lea'bn that she I of Lent is a time for faithful I ner on the groundS, A Chero- :' T A'Fii\ JCAEC

lnd-son'dohnnie is in the hospital. Christians to go into '"spring I kee Indian from
For Little Mary Sapp } I: Week of March 3-9: the Everglad-, Y sTAMP.S .
j eagtteThursdar7iareh Johnnie will L. B. Wade. visited his wife training" in matters of 'I will be I
of Fort Pierce.: : personal Sunday School, 9:45: ; Morning : es preaching. Little' %
: 7, will be remain ,with. the Pearces' and who is convalescing in the discipline in order to ;. Worship.! .:: am. Junior i ii ') Rex Bennett, the blind boy, + + I M4N7F1UNM

Warm-up: JJight in prepara- finish$ this, term of school. home of her daughter; 'Mrs. strengthen and deepen the !; Choir 'and" Youth Fellowship, I' will sing many songs.

tion for' the Little League Debby is great granddaughter. Harvey! Lenox in. J Jackson spirtual life. A basic principlefor !.i 6 frm. Evening ServIce 7:30 I

baseball season." A father-and- of Mrs.: 'Pearce. ville. good Lenten practice is ., pm. Film showing, 'Tiwain i iI CONGREGATIONALHOLINESS:
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eon baseball game will be Miss Elizabeth Terry spenta I l\ rs. Mary Freeman! and ,'to increase in some, measure I',Diary.' ,I CHURCH .o \C r 4
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played tat 5:30: pjn., followed Mrs. Earl Dobbsof Raiford : what yo'uare I II w1 E
,. I few days with her sister, now doing, and I Tuesday- Church Visita North 30*, 2Va miles out of
by. a--co fed dish supper at and Mrs. L. 'J, 'Mik ll' Jr fLake i to do things that I
Mrs. C: E. Strickland, in Gain- some you i tion. 7 pjn. All visitors will'i ii town on left of the read. |
the ihool: :ai 6:30.: A 'film-en esville. 'City visited Mrs: Free- ougiit to do but have been i meet first at church; ![ Young People's Meeting \ ;t... -4 ca rc. ,+

E, organization- of "a Little Mrs Joyce Futch and :Mrs. man's' sisterinlawMrs! ,neglefcting.' This is especially I Wednesday: District Meeting Friday, 7:30 p. m. Sunday ;Il .. \ : t, i
League team will be shown il.t V. R Reddish visited Mr. and Fred Jones, who is in' the true in the matter of reading. the Church I < ,
Women of ] School l, 10 a m. tiunday Night .
7:30.All Mrs! Jim Conner at Raiford Gainesville Medical Center I With-the advent of T.V. many j Highlands Church, GaineS- ]! Worship 7 p: m. kEveryon, ; ., : ::

parents, are invited to Sunday; I Mrs: Jones was seriously. Injured people have practically forgot- 'I vllle, 7 p.m. Chili Supper, F cordially q invited to attendRevr Y '\i'i t w. ,O 5 -
attend and '. automobile'-: ten how to i. For I I I H..J GRCIS .,
in
bring a covered I Mrs:'J. O. Pons and children I an 'rea< your sponsored by Men drthe (jar! Edmondson, pastor. ST MME ,1
dish, tea or.dessert. Come out i and Miss Lucy Skagfieldof dent last Friday. I guidance here are a few more Church 5 to 8 Calendar' ; -
pm. I '
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and support the- Little League : Tallahassee accompanied : The many friends _Gerald i 1 1 suggestions: 1 Planning Meeting; 7:30'p.m.: II' 1EY$ :KTII DAY I .J.

soCoach Ed Magee can pro. Mrs: B.:,E:: Reddish home and Griffis :will be glad to know.! The..,--., Holy Bible Thursday Senior dhoir'
I : ADVENJIST CHINCH I II
duce: another winning team. spent .the, weekend here. that he' i?' doing .nicely in In all spiritual reading the I I ;rORE.

cvhurcii ,Circles ,hfeetlPtie .iMrt and Mrs. Leon Starling I Bradford CPuhty, ,iitospJtalal-. Bible] is' first. Plan to read one I j I practice Friday, 7:30 and 'SaturdayLaymali's''Theological'pm. I 964--1324'Sabbath{ School' ISaJurdayJ;:; ) j'\I, 4,: ,1f: C'% JJAl A; (f srfM + .

I 'lBafltiat:,' WMU met': and family of Jacksonville ter undergoing surgery last or'more of the four Gospels. Conference I 9:30: q.. m. Morning Wership |: .0/..n ,*E-'r",' .,..... .....' :.;. .l# w I 4 I .
Tuesday night. at.the home of II spent;Sunday with Mrs. Star Friday. :For: ,those; who do not. possessa Camp1 Montgomery.\ 'fi. m. Located : '
111 between WJ.II \ '
the ling'sbroUierui'law and'sis Mr. and Mrs. Willie Carter Bible, the library has sey- ,I !
.. Mrs. ,Joyce Fut h, with Reminder; Men's' Work Day soil Road and .
w president, Mrs. Bobby I ter, Mr. and Mrs. George L.Shuford. had -as ;Monday ,guests' his oral"copies on hand. at the new church site this I I grjfis.LoQp.! j l! r'45 ...J

presiding.: There DYaJ\\ brother-in-law and sister, Mr., IIf I
was Saturday, 8 a.m.JOHNSTOWN ;
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TilE DAY CHRIST DIED '
and Mrs. Harper of r
Jacksonville -
teresUug discussion of the Aoricn OF I>TI:>TIO\ 10RIGISTIII I al

1 ie, '..';Christian.:. Witnessing" __.__._ -Jlr_._.__ I Jim Bishop By Jim, the Bishop author of MISSIONARY I ncriTiois AlE''' ; e ii:
Notice
with Mr. and Mrs. Lacy Cason I is hereby gi?1t11 .thatthe I i I .
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taking part.
Each one "The Day Lincoln Died" has BAPTIST CHURCII undersigned, under the prp-I: '
RefreShments and daughters of Madison, visions of 'I
.were served.. at i I Chapter 20,953 Lawsof rFULL
the close 'of, the meeting by RAIFORD were 'Sunday guest, of Mr. written this book with reverence Angus B. Lawson, Pastor Florida Acts of 1941, will
and belief. His understanding register with the Clerk of the ,;
the hostess; Mrs. E. 'L. Phil and 'Mrs. Joe Cason. Circuit Court, in and lor Bradford : CUT BONELESS ROUND" r
., lips. _._.__..--r__._ __ Mrs. Lydia Johns returned of men in' political Bible School, 10 am. Morning County, Florida, upon receipt .
home Friday after spending life, 'his' studies of the Romanas Worship, 11 ajn., sermon of proof of publication: of .
Members of the Methodist Mrs. Annie Kelly of Heil- this notice the fictitious name
the Jewish worldof
well as "A'G od Soldier. Youth ; '
I several weeks with her sister 1
WSCS held their study courseat I "brol} l Springs was the Sun- Mrs. Julia Johns of Long, ; the time and his flair for Meeting :Jl p.' in. [A new i STARKK,. under HARDWARE, which we are COMPANY en-- IIe1? IL. al''

the home of Mrs. Orville j day evening\ guest of her aunt, Bridge. ,bringing a scene to life make car, just'for the asking.] Adult I gaged in business at 108 East ,!
Call ,
St. Starke Florida.
Bumgarner Tuesday night of :
Mrs. Bessie Sapp. .Mr. and Mrs. Orin Reddish this\ book outstanding. Training Union, 7 p.m. Lesson ,,11. ll Proctor, Jr., and Ho .
last --week They finished ,the I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perry and grandson, Jerry Reddish,' study tWas'Judas' Iscariotever L. Proctor 105 S. E. 4Sth, Stroet ., d. an,.V. s, '1" ,'
t book.rt"Wl)0 Qares?;' and will and TilE RETURN OF RELIGIONBy I Gainesville, Florida owners. ; SIRLOIN ,' .
I son of Melrose were Sunday and Mrs. Mary 'Mott spent converted?] Evangelistic Dated this. 4th day of February T-BQNE or ,
begin ijie next one, :"Why: I guests of Air. and Mrs-- Sunday in Jacksonville; with Henry C. ,Link Meeting, 7:30 p. m. [God's,I A.D. 1963 at Starke, '
Prayer?" 4t the.Marti meet: :Bill Browning Sunday afternoon This book is a noteworthy cure for heart trouble]. Mid- i Bradford County, Florida.
I Mr. ,anfl Mrs. DeWitt Crews.
ing. .Refreshments were served I :attempt at a synthesis of 2-7 4t 2-2? A 'i
i they all went to Jacksonville \
Mrs. Drew Sweat and. ,8'
I of I 5 aj7s'
by Thirteen the hostess.members from the to visit Jacob Mr?. Brownjug's -'' daughter spent the weekend the modern conflicting life. The aspects theme of i I e. ib. t

brother Perry. in Hahira, Ga.vith Mrs.Sweat's : t. '-' ..
book is 'the development .
First Baptist Church attended (this "
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Mr. and Mrs. Warren sister, Mrs. Jim Reaves : if \ i r I
of personality and poise.: .
the Mass Meeting of the
New River Association in the ;,i Bloodsworth had as Sunday and family.Mr. .' These books are available at 1 EXTRA T LEAN, MEATY. BEE?" SHORT I. ;: >
dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. 1;. W. Thotr.p ,
the Starke library, as well as .
Hampton Baptist Church last. .'
Bloodsworth and son. .
I Wayne kins had: 'as a weekend guest '
I the following:
Thursday night. ; Sunday afternoon the Warren Mrs. Ttiompsins" brother, J.
Church Schedules: I I! Bloodsworths went to Sand- L. Fleming. of Live Oak, Interpreting The Parables"Hunter 01,1; lb. 3.< .
What Is
Grace Methodist: Church [ ] ; Call To ;
I[ rson to visit Mr. and: Mrs. El- Mrs. Evelyn Jones and !
9:45 Vital }[Jones ; Mystery the n iS1J @ (i)
School : a. m. Morning ? )
Worship 11 am. Evening Service ,I! zie Stafford' and Mrs. Mamie daughter of Macclenny visited I. Kingdom of God [Schweitzer 1 I ..it:. ,. .. .. .l"fI s
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Davis. .
i Mrs. Jones' niece Mrs. Earl I ; I .
Historical "
7:30: I p. ro. MYF ,each I ] ; Quest for the -
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Bur- Dobbs, Saturday afternoon. if CHUCK
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Wednesday. 8pm. Jesus [Schweitzer !
j nett Jr., and children of Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs' L. J. MikellJr. I
First Baptist: Sunday j I The Churches Want "World i Hood Soft Rinse pampers all I JA .
were Sunday guestsof and children were Satur- Commun-'i .
School 10 Morning Wor- I Peace [Hill] ; wasliables and ,' Jib
am. -
their parents and grand- day night guests of Mrs. Mikell's your jour: J 4 I'
ship, 11 t .ni Training Union, I parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charlie 1 parents, Mr, and Mrs. ism and Christianity Told tD'fArcyl f{ pocketbook,.toot Fluffs towels .' r Nooil: Im' \. IRi 'tb.MD"( 'f i f
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Christ
] The Tales
6:30: p. m. Evening Service, ; and diapers to fleecy soft ; .
Burnett Sr. Earl Dobbs. tP \,
7:30 Midweek services < [Armstrong!: Varieties of Religious -] ..
: p. m. fabrics ,. '
ness. Leases so devpvrrinklefree ft '
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Warren Bloodsworth I r. .
Mrs. There will be a working at [James : .f
Experience ;
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each Wednesda.J"1:30.pm.: .
and little grandson, Gregory Sapp Cemetery m Tuesday, Live \ that. ironing's. ..".. : "' :( ; "
Correction .. The Values Men By '*"' RI 'SE P.Vf' usA. prim 'er.os: ;'D I
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when all ,
Some of the information BeasJey, spent Wednesday March 5. All interested poisons : IKectonl ; The Son of Man easy-. necessary 1 ',_':;:" \ :: o. .:' :

with Mrs. Bessie Beasley in are asked to attend.. The fabric softener ' appearingin last :u.eclc'S Ser IMaurise] complete Kf"' f'" $) 0'9
ti" ft.f
vice Men's column concerning Lake Butler. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Dobbs I I hope that these books will i at the rcoiioiii) price. I 1'1

Pvt. Robert 1,. Bradley was Mrs. Bessie Sapp has as and daughter were Sunday I I! I I, 0 aGr. ... 'jJ.. .
Saturday night guests her evening visitors of Mr. and fuf,'i 'G1' ., t. ,' \
Incorrect The cprrect, information : T \: Lug .}. '
Pvt. children Mr and Mrs. Jack Mrs. Warren Downing in Live..1 be glad to know that he is I HOOD SOFT RINSE '" '1 iJ7r.. .. '--V: \ ; .

3.is- as follows: been Sapp and Mr and Mrs;: Bill Oak. ....' ', .a,1....-.."..*.,*]jwmetanajggttm5!: >*along t much ( .: $'1'Q f ... ,
I. Bradley :'of.wt. y bas, Beach I better. ,
Sapp of New Smyrna 'a 1
Friends of Joe 'Norman."ill r I
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in-Germany since 1962, A _H __ ,
1961 graduate of BHS, he entered -
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the Army in.April; 1962, .lad '' Fr' i x SX It tj

and
at Fort Qo.rclon'-; He graduated .

Airbourne Jumping I
'from

,School and received his >t .. .aa
\ : ,: K 'p ,Kv.;i > M r ;. :F ;, o r..ti.
i silver,, wings at. Fprt Ben. ?l11g. J ,b 1 bY ,'', ao 7.5 a : Yra'
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lIe is now a paratrooper in I k" dA

Co. C of the 8th. D Durision's I 3. r. : aoem 1 aM : ''r ty, ,
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.r. oti t tVS >"
: 505th,Airbourne Battle ;Troopera ;
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stationed at Ounsinheim, .,'


.,.. Germany.Priest Misses, 'and Karen Carol Lee Jeane Loraine: Mos- I S. :I4i i# <$ (iti&r : I :' ;. \ I


ley surprised Miss Kathy Jones .
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on her sixteenth birthday

by having her as dinner guest | v .5 'V

.. at the Garden Restaurant and 'i' :
picture, show later
P i
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E Mr, andJUrs. Spurgeon Mas- 4 .' .: .:. ,,, .r n.
say:; announce the arrival of a ,'C9'4F
[ son ,Keneth Boyce. February o 36+ 'xr
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24 at Bradford County Hospital wk .7ot.t ti

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Mr. ,and Mrs. Pete Todor r

c. and her son, Jeff Torode, of
Gainesville were visiting the !!

( W. F. Moore family during
the weekend I I '


.4. :Mr.We'are and Mrs.pleased Richard to know Ches-that ,


r t ser Bradford,have home their County after little a Hospital.few girl.days Marie in- : : '. : : : : : I I


Little Debby Griffis., daugh- ; S ft ,

ter of ?Ir. and Mrs. Carl Grif S c $ ,

fis, i is: recovering from a case )I. : .: 4 ; ; r' S. .
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of measles.. 4
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E. Mrs Mae Wells was in \ Sc 45 /,

Brunswick, Ga. visiting her

sister, Mrs, T- S. Gilchnst,

.. from Thursday to Sunday,
c .lk try Bennett of Jackson- i \ e f N '

vile spent the week with Mr.E .

and. rs. G.: 'I,. Sapp. Itii* 4 ;;.: t

.' Mr. 'and t Mrs. William Fow- 4

( T.'iwo l daughters and a son

of Jacksonville, visited Mr. ,
rs r
S and Mrs. J. E. Warren Sunday -
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t. afternoon. They residedin :
'
K: Lawtey for a while a few

It'rrars ago and were the War- : : : 5. "

rens', next door neighbors. .t.. '

Mr. and Mrs. Chapeul of I. 5. S,4;
Atlanta enroute
stopped by,
home from attending a convention :; -:: .

in Daytona Beach. fora SiI .. :
A :
visit with Mrs. Selma Eu- "

nice, Mr. and Mrs. James Eunice :to.....,
+ and Mrs. Bradley Norton 1 ," .

When they cane down

the week before they brought ... !

Jimmie Eunice who spent the 1t : \EI i Ei E

weekend here They,are Methodist ,I
Missionaries in the home t. i i i


field.Mrs.. Jcane Wainw right and : .
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baby diushter of Theressa i

'Wf're'isitlng Mr. and Mrs.

James Wainwright anj Mr

and Mr*. jr. L. WainwrghSunday. : \ \ ;
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l' d 7

Mr.-:pnd Mrs.; Hermie Kell:;: i
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an1 Wendel spent Sunday af- Ar

,tcijuocuB pith 1%:. and Mrs.
SC l\oei' in Jacksonville.JWyj&S : 1 r3e 6 w,


vas H. C.and Yiailmg Wainwright sister.-JRUaden her Mr.'brotherinlaw "Sunday.and of A Mrs gOa- ; Line to )coow where to get tbree' glasses of .P for less th n 3 each ? l I




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TiTTi Snav. FEB. 28. 1963
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BRADFORD COUNTY TELEGRAPH. STARKE. FLORIDA PACE___ NINEHave
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..nr..yvyVvv.vrrrnI 1 I home Thursday last week Plaintiff 1 1.j I

!I you an old refrigerator,j I t vi.Starke. ty
,
\ fan or tools which you no longl' i from Doctor's Hospital i r, Dry Cleaners &

? use. Convert them Into cash| HAMPTON I Ii Starke after a week there for :' i Virginia Laundry W. Smith c t

now. Phone 964-3101 and ask I treatment. He was able to I| East Call Street r

: for classified. i By biro D. E. HillAAAAAAJLAAAAAAAAAAAAAAJ return week.to work on Mondaythis Our Soil Our Sirengvo Starke.-\OTICE Florida OF SHERIFF'S SALE i T :

Notice! is hereby given that I, I \ .
I I Orville Shealy of Atlanta, P. D. Reddish Sheriff of Brad- -
I ford County, Florida under and 4.t
t Visitors Monday::: at the home Ga. spent last weekend here Soil Conservation by virtue of a Writ of ExecuJ J

i of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Bryant I with his brother-in-law and I tion. heretofore issued a a' C
Circuit Court Bradford County,
were cousins of Mr. Bryant. I sister, Mr, and Mrs. Jeff Baker N-E-W-S I in the above styled) cause. Ij, i '

i I Mr. and :Mrs. Hunter, and and family. have levied upon the following 't
By Bill Haas property, to-wit: | g X b Y
i Mr. and Mrs. Hunter from Mrs. Lois Hughes of Ocala One (1) Hoffman CenterufugaL \ I ti p. i e*e

.! Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. visited here with her sister, C. B. Bleckensderfer, plant Air Vacuum Ser. No. 7456 Y : V J s

Bryant have received word Mrs.: V. J. Slade, on Wednes- material specialist with the and One tank.(1) Safe, T. Baum SafeR ro

t that their son, Homer, whose day last week, enroute home Soil Conservation Service, Lock Company. I' -v N K 5 .h
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One (1) National Sales Ticket ti t
ship has been in the Mediterranean from a visit with her son in vice, visited the farm of J. : Recorder Ser. Xo. 5568273 ST-

}' CharleyE. ] for several months, Georgia. R. Wainwright, recently. He TT.One

I will land in New York in Mrs. J. H. Saxon was taken made a trial planting of Ar- Electric (1)heater Fan-Glo-Hectaire., Type 196-K-

March, and hopes he may be back to Bradford County Hos- rowleaf Clover along with One (1) Air conditioner Model

Johns"To pital early this after White Clover this year. J. R. 100 window-Philco.
able to visit here while on week One (1) Adding machine Serial -
shore leave. being back at home and at said that the clover has come No. 328160. -

Mrs. Opal Brooks and the W. A. Saxons since her up three times and has been ,I Cash One Register.One (1) L. C. Smith Corona ,

rebuild a home, apart daughter of Flint, Mich. arrived previous stay in the hospital. killed back by the cold weather. (1) Kenmore Sewing Machine -

ment, or commercial building here Saturday for sev- Mrs Jv H. McCounaghy of Everyone I talked to about 117-959.! Ser. Xo. 517235 Model \ \

will cost almost 200(/ eral weeks' visit with her McLean, Va., has been visit- clover says the same thing. One (1) Singer Sewing Machine ,

more today than it did in i father, John Parker, and Mrs. ing here with her son-in-law Arne N. Hauger used the district's I :3115., Ser. Xo. AE96' 7i5. Modal : : H

1940, according to appraisal I Parker. Mrs. Brooks made the and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. fertilizer distributor to I One (1) See-Safe Bagging ,
put out fertilizer on his pasture I I machine : Ser. Xo. .
t experts. Does the trip to Valdosta: Ga. by train, Clarence Melton and family in which he 5611.
E. Johns of the Santa Fe Stock Farm has clover One (1) Excelsior offset pressing ,
Charley
Agenc and Mrs. Vasco Busey of Valdosta planted. I was out looking at machine, Ser. No. 2803. wt.-- ;

supply insurance to pay brought her the rest of near Hampton. his pasture and he has a good! :Model 300M. pi.
Air Vacuum
set
Jessie Brannen of Bartow One ((1)) Dry
) full replacement cost on the way to Hampton last stand of clover, but it is just Ser Xo. 570463, Model 6-B.
spent last weekend here withher
j either residences or commercial weekend.Mr. I standing. there. One (1) Singer Sewing :Machine -
father, J. J. Brannen. Ser No. AJ746267.
i buildings?" and Mrs. Bernie Hig- Maurice Edwards used thedistrict's One (D Excelsior Puffiron ; .
Mr. and
Mrs John Parker
seed cultipacker ton unit, Ser. No. 2142. Model 200
gins, also of Flint, Mich were
i drove to St. Petersburg o
expected here sometime this plant Bahia pasture on his MF.One (1) Excelsior Puffiron
Charley E. Johns Wednesday last week.
) week for a few days' visit place on the Ecrwards Loop. unit. Ser. No. 2780 Model 200AS.
Mrs. J. W. Horne left If the One (1) Adjusta-form: Ser
rain lets
with the Parkers. Mrs. Brooks up, a lot of N o. 09010 Model P-l. Ny
... Agency and daughter, and Mr. and I Thursday morning for Reeves- folks are going to put in pas- One (1) Butler Pressing Machine yr is '. FyKam
YaVil ville S. C. to be with her Topper Ser. Xo. 570445, !
:Mrs. R. H. Parker drove to ture.The Model P-18.
mother Mrs. j. H. McAlhany, Board of
Machine
PHONE 961.0121 Orlando Sunday for Supervisors One M) Butler Pressing -
an over who underwent surgery for an is planning on an Accelerated Topper. Ser.:; No. 579112, x
night visit with :Mr. and Mrs.J. Model P-18. <
131 S. Walnut St. injured hip earlier last week. Radiological M o n i t o r ing One (1) Butler Pressing Machine : $; .
M. Baker and children.
i Mrs. Horne expected to returnto Course. Mrs. C. L. Scholl, Civil combination. Ser. No. !
Vernon Forsyth returned ;570234, Model P-40. r .
r Hampton Monday evening. Defense Director for Starke One (1) Pair Detroit Scales : by k '1,!F f }
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''I I Intermediate GAS and RAs and Bradford County says !Serial No. 9198. n; b.c .
Huebsch Tumbler,
of Hampton Baptist Church this course is intended to One (1)
pro !*". 'lt). 37185. 1

: Gas Genie says: met at the churcn Friday vide a radiation meter read Ser.One No.(1)86349.Huebsch Tumbler.. I

night for a mission study program ing capability only. It is not I One <1) Bowser Dry Cleaning! I

I ) Cut Those I and film, and social l intended to provide sufficient I',I Filter Cap. 3000. Ser. Xo. 256- I t

I tI I t ii I hour. Games were plaYed. and training for the operator t 0One I 880. (1) 30x30 Dry Cleaning
4L
tI i Repair Bills refreshments of cake and evaluate the meter readingsin Washer, wooden cylinder Ser .
terms of Xo. 22811.
I punch served to the 11 pres- emergency opera One ((1)) Butler Extractor.

withNatural | ent by Mrs. Horace Dyal, GA tions and protection. Size :30One: ". t i .
? :' Since nuclear radiation can (1) Butler Dry Cleaner
st counselor. Washer, Ser.0.. 6K 480101,
t Members cause serious injury or death : Model 450, Size 30x48.
GasFor or the Intermediate -
: One (1) Bowser Still Cap. 80,
to individuals its ; ; '
Training Union class of detection i is ; Ser. Xo. 2 6752. d,4' t
I the church were entertained of major importance in civil I I' One (1) Heubsch Tumbler, wti sr
defense Nuclear J Ser. Xo. 52497. Size 30x30. : t i 5P \ t
radiation j .
"care free: ," "trouble- free" heating, cookingand i Saturday night at the church invisible and as it penetratesthe s.i Model One (1)A. Cis'.ell Spotting Board. $ tf
| with a hamburger fry. Twelve i f
water heating there's nothing like Natural body it can cause damage One (1) Glover Trouser Form, I I'
were present for the eveningof SE'r.0.. 6103. :Model 1 F. d if ,
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Gas and it's economical too. It's instant it's games and refreshments.Mrs. without producing pain. A One (1) Bishop Reverible i I I \
person cannot feel, see hear Twin Ben sorter, Ser. No. L- ,

safe, it's clean and your supply is always there. Martin Mosher was smell, or taste nuclear,radiation I One., Model(1) Heubsch. Tumbler i 4 p: ITa ii/f/ !

GET OUR OUR FREE SURVEY AND ESTIMATE hostess for members of the and, therefore, must :rely I !Ser.': No. 17241: Size 30x30.: I
WMU of Hampton One (1) Heubsch Tumbler (
Baptist
on radiological
instruments to Ser. No. Unknown. w
STARKE NATURAL GAS Church Tuesday night, Feb. determine its presence. I One (1) American Tumbler, h !
19. The program, "Heart to Ser. Xo 284 M212X70! CM, Size + A'4 y I
:56x30.! y i 1 1c !
City Hall Phone 964-1301 Heart" was on the topic of BRADFORD COUNTY One (1) Huebsch Twin Tumb-

I home missions, presented by HOSPITAL lT Laundry. f ft
I STAUKE. FLORIDA One Huebsch Twin Tumbler
I Mrs. Charles Hicks, Mrs. C. PROJECT NO. FLA. A-94 Laundry.One t

W. Slade. Mrs.. Franklin 0'- Any bid received after the (1) Prosperity Laundry
specified time and date will not Extractor. :;:er. Xo. L8251131! fir s
Steen and Mrs. Johnny Da be considered. Model GA-30. ;

vis. Refreshments carried out Each bid must be accompan One (1) A. A. Washer Ma.chine. 4Aa's 4
zed by a certified check, cashier Ser.:: Xo. 6574. Model 42x: I
Call Starke 964-4601 the Valentine theme. .
Eleven s check, band draft or bid 72. Yom !
were present for the meeting. bond in the amount of five percent One (1) Western Extractor
of the base bid as guaran Laundry, Ser. No. 6A30560, Model t
I Rev. Paul Estes of Orange tee that the bidder, if awarded i I 300. 1 tf

FOR DAILY I Park will be guest speaker the contract, will, within ten One (1) Glover Spotting IaY f
V consecutive calendar days after i Board. Ser. Xo. 7308, Model M ( i F
II again next Sunday for both written notice being given of I A X. f.t .
I morning and evening services such award, enter into a One (1) Milnor Automatic YMi
ten contract with The writ-j Laundry Washer. Ser. Xo. AV6351259 -
and i I at Hampton Baptist Church. I County Hospital !!, Model 2W25. v s S rS
: Laundry Dry Cleaning Accompanying Rev. Estes here I Starke, Florida, in accordance I I l One (1) Milnor Automatic '
I with the accepted bid and give Laundry Washer Ser. Xo. W-
I i last Sunday were Mrs. Estes a contract surety bond satis j 1235527 Model 4W 2..5.
and their son and daughter I factory to said Corporation ian n One (IIIlnor Automatic
amount equal to one hundred j Laundry Washer. Ser. No. "'- tip y Y t.. ?
:I per cent of the contract price. j 1451564, Model! 4W25. S
and Service : No bidder One (1) Milnor
Automatic
Pick-up{ Delivery CALL FOR BIDS I may withdraw his i
i, Sealed bids will be receivedby i I bid for a, period of thirty days I Laundry Washer:; Ser. No. W-1
The Bradford County Hos after the date set for the open : 6351260, Model No. 2W .a.
pital Corporation. Starke, Flor ing thereof One (1) Bock Extractor Ser
: ida, up to 2:00 P.M. E. S. T. All work shall be done in accordance I Xo. 24-RC !9479.! Size 17".
AMfeYI i, Tuesday, March 5, 1963 for furnishing with plans, specifications One (1) 6 Roller flat work
I all materials and labor I and contract documents ironer.
SANITONE I and constructing relative thereto as prepared by One ((1) Unipress Topper
II 1963 ADDITION Moore and May Architects, Type M, Ser. Xo. E496389, Model
u1rK1Ideal TO j Gainesville Florida. Plans, specifications 1019-8.
i, I II I '! and contract documents One(1) Unipress Topper, i
}Ii I may be examined at the Type :M, Ser. Xo. E 4968S7 ,
I office of the I Model 1019A. :
i MUt 1 Bradford Co un Administrator'j One Unipress Legging Machine :
Laundry and CleanersGainesville i Starke, Florida Type GL, Ser. 489074.1 ,.
'ot Moore and May, Architects I l! Model 531 A. Y :v.s !sl
606 N. E. First Street Gainesvillp I ,
One : ;
(1) Unipress Topper :rrYd; ,,11 1., i i .4, N t
|, Florida. Type M, Ser. :No. E496450. Models
t666I Only one set of such 1o19-a.
Fla. ''and contract documents and One (1) Unipress Topper,
1 forms for bidding may be secured Type M, Ser. No. E496398. Model '
by general contractors only 1019-A. < .:'

from the office of the arch One (1) Unipress; legser, ; 4XTp I tjt '
tects by depositing therewitnj Ser. No. L5720357. Model C315-;
j $50.00. The deposit from general .\.
"I I contractors will be refunded u POne (1) Unipress topper.
I on submission of a bona fide Type M. Ser. Xo. E 5611809,
bid and return of said plans and Model 1221-A.
r(
contract documents in good con One (1) Unipress Topper, ; dition within ten days after date Type M. Ser Xo. E ..5611810,
:r set for the opening of bids. If Model 1221-A.
the general contractors desire One it) Unipress 'Logger,
more than one set of such plans Type GL. Ser.0.. L56187S2,
and specifications these may be Model C515-A.;
:} f obtained by paying the cost of One (1) Unipress Press Type
duplication, which will not be GL Ser XC). L 48 06S. Model C- I

l lV refundable. I 51A.One
Subcontractors and material (1) Unipress Sleeve
suppliers may purchase drawing Unit. Sere No. 5351008., Model } yy.1 .. 1 +'4
and specifications from the Sa-A. I :T br
ajchltept by paying cost of duplication One (1) Unipress Collar and r
at the rate of 75c per Cuff Machine Ser. No. L489443.1 Cvn
sheet for drawings and 15.OO Model SCCY-B. :
per set for specifications which One (1)- Unipress yoke mae e Gr F s l' '
cost includes the cost of hand chine, Type M, Ser. Xo. E i

V ing.Bidders' qualifications! must 5611807.One (1)Model Unipress 19 -Y.F.Shirt press, ;' : A ,

be satisfactory to The Board of Ser :XC. L 5517S84, Model 37BS- I % 4

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Trustees Bradford County Hospital E.One .
Corporation. The BradfordCounty (1) Unipress Shirt press. c3;. sr .a 4yM Ys 4A4 'i.p.i ,r'yw
Hospital Corporation reserves One (1) Bishop layback col _
the right to waive InformalIties lar former, Ser. No. 46837.
in any bid and to One (1) Chandler Button Sew M B 4 F f
accept any bid which they consider ing Machine Class 461, Ser. Xo. ; I
to be in the best public 3354. ;
interest and to reject any and One (1) Pedestal electric fan I. (
Ser. Xo. D
and everything in its place!" all bids.BRADFORD COUNTY HOSPITAL One (1) 1066.36" Cool Air Attic I
CORPORATION Fan and Motor I i ti
BY: Inez A. Green Secretary One (1) 6' Cool Air Attic Fan1and
orr ;
2-7 4t 2-23 Motor. i r
";7heiher you have gilt-edged bonds, or nOt One (1) Platform scale Make: ) .t
CIRCUIT COURT Triner, Cap. 100 Iba. ,
m do have important papers and articles BRADFORD COC\TY One (1) National Electric' ,
j STARKE, FLORID. Adding Machine Ser. No. 31KN5S4S59. -
J. R. Kelly Tax Collector 's icyy
that are valuable to you. And the one best Bradford County One (1) Dftecto Scales, Ser. y .

Starke Florida No. 3410. .
place for them in terms of_ safety and. t One (1) Water Softner and x's %ii' i ':" :
galvanized tank.
One <1) Brine tank. = r
is Safe Deposit Box. i
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accessibility a
One (1) Large Bunker C Fuel / ,II r .
Oil Storage Tank. i
One (1) Curtis Air ('oml\r*9I '

REFIT! ONE Will! !US! KOW: COST I: PENH!! VKIY: I son and Motor. Size 4 3-16x2.i I Here.
.1 1.8 x 3 1-2 Ser. Xo. J565-36-39. i
;' Motor: Allis Chalmer, 2 H. P., I
1 3 phase, Ser. :No. 181K9U17 ,

I I. Also!. other miscellaneous : -, ; (in the-new:half qt. size) -1.J ';
j Items not listed above.
1 ? i i As the property of the above .. '.'
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named defendant and that on /'
FLORIDA s the IS day of March, 1983. at Now Coca-Cola comes i in a brand new Half- ., .

ASK FOR FREE DEMONSTRATION 1 at twelve the o'clock South door noon of on the said Starke day, (I Quart size. It serves three full glasses and -- ; ....

Cleaners & Laundry: beater ; ', -- r ,
Dry costs less than 3G a serving. Get that refreshing .
Command Gravely PowTerry's f'd at East Can street :Stark: i ,, ? .' .i" .r
1. tB l Nj.At I :S./rA\.RK.S. Florida, 1 will offer for sale. new feeling with Coke, now in theeconomical t. .
'_ dU : _. : \ : ; Saw Shop I and sell to the highest bidder "' ; :Sa.r; '''' .
j I for cash In hand the above :: 16-oz size.. -. *v'F. -. t -, 't: ::1.. '.. 0< ;N'- <
described property of said de- j
One of 31 Banks of the Florida National Group No. 2 ,I fendant to satisf said writ of ..- .. ...,;
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i execution. j Batted under authority 6' The Coca-Coll Ceopay !fey '
2022 N. E. 23rd Blvd.
Member Federal Insurance i P. D. Reddish I .
Deposit '
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Corp.
Gainesville Phone: 3j235&8'i
Sheriff. Bradford Count: STARKE COCA-COLA BOTTLING
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I. STARKE,, FLORIDA THURSDAY, FEB. 28, 1963 I
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I rrTTYYTYT' yyyyy y y.yy.yyyy, Drake, Watkiris 1 Road lOa Takes Indians Win I.YVYVTYmyyyyyyyyyyy'''I basic training at LacklandAir II I music director, and benefits- las and Debbie:" went to Orlando -

KEYSTONE HIGHLIGHTS I : Win Places On I! Top' Priority j 45-35 OveriHawtlinme Force Base, and spent; I I go toward the Junior-Senior r over the weekend\ to

I MELROSE I several days with his parents,, I class prom. visit relatives.
Co-op BallotT. In Putnam i I I Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Bass, left :, Eight students were desig- I Gary Gornto returned by

By Mary K. Schaeffer < ,a i i By Sirs. Alice RothhammerVYYYYYYVYYVYYYYYYYYYYl ,i Sunday lor Goodfellow Air i nat& as eligible to join the I plane from Jacksonville to
L. Drake, of Florahome, The Putnam County Commission -1 The Keystone Heights Indiana i Force Base at San
;. < Angelo, i! Junior Beta Club at a tapping i I San Diego Naval Base after
.I &.&A UkAAAAA*A A A A A A A A ........ .... District 2 director of Cla'yI I I has'placed the resurfacing -i came from behind in the 'i Texas. !I service Friday morning in the spending two, weeks with his

Eastern' Star Holds I Electric Cooperative. ,, was high j of State Road 100 be j final half to defeat Hawthorne i Womans Club Meets Mrs. Ima Self of Gainesville I auditorium. They included family, Mr. and Mrs H. H.
: Funeral Services man in the nomination election -! tween the Clay 45-35 in 1
County uneI basketball
Public} Installation a upset I Mrs. Allen Graham of Winter spent Friday night with her I Lloyd Baldwin David Gaboar- Gornto.I .
And. Rectptlon i For Harry ClemansOf held at the district meeting 'I and Springside as its top budget 'last Friday night. The game i Park and formerly of partnes. Mr. and Mrs. D. B. I di, Marlene Odom, Cecilia ,I Mrs. Ruth Reed o! Lake
in Melrose last Thursday 1 request, for primary road" was"played in the Hawthornei Campbell.!
I ,The Eastern star Chapter I I Melrose spoke at the Woman's i Sparkman, Michael Thomas, I Swan and Miss Sue Buff of
night.W. work during the coming fiscal .
KeystoneHarry I i John Boyle, formerly of
Room of the Masonic Templewas : I Club meeting February 20 at Billy Ormsbee Naomi Vaughn I Keystone Heights wereIsit-
., G. Wayne Watkiris'of year.The ; Hawthorne got off to fast I
a Jacksonville. is
living with
noon. his and .
Abut Joe Marsh.METHODIST
the ( ;: 50 were served iI I ing Mrs. Eugene Brantley and
of colorful
scene a Keck Ciemans, 76, of i Putnam Hall was second'higQ board'also placed resurfacing 12-3 lead in the first period. lucheon parents, Mr. and Mrs. JamesJ. I
and interesting public instal- j Keystone Heights, died Thursday in the field of candidates" and of SR 21 bete-n i and held a':U-15 advantage at J. H. oy the hostesses, Mrs. Boyle on Lake Swan. I children on Monday.
I Williams. chairman Mrs. Mrs. Eugene Brantley and
lation attended by many Feb. 21, in a Starke his name. along with Drake's, Melrose and SR 20 as its sec- half time. W. Mr. and Mrs. William Dew ,
I A. McLaughlin, and Mrs.J. CHUBC Children visited; Mrs Charles
friends and visitors on Feb. 19. hospital after a brief illness. will go before voters at the 1, ond recju st. It earmarked Hawthorne's shooting went ; of Atlanta, Ga. are visiting I
H. .
I McLaughlin, and Mrs. MELROSE Kilgore in Palaika\ on Tues
I A welcome was extended to j Born in Gioversville. N. Y. on I annual co-op meeting Keystone -I $$50,000 of secondary moneys sour in' the third period, and M. C. King. ,; Mr. and Mrs. Basil doover :, I II

all by outgoing Worthy Matron i, May 16, 1886, he'was a re- Heights on March 2ff. 1 for this project. I the Indians forged ahead, out- Mrs. Clarence !i and famii '. Rev. Kenneth W. Gritttt day.Mr.

;; Ernestine Eisenhower to i tired fireman and a member Watkins was on of the orig- I i scoring the Hornets in the ''Junior Beta Holden and j Mr. and Mrs. David Carter I Pastor 1 1I and Mrs. Raymond Lif-
I Club members
witness the Installation of I'of the Church of inal charter directors when Grand second half.Jackson fick and children: returned
Community Champion
and
{ from Melrose High School !!I children: of Jacksonville I (Sunday School 9:45 a.m. I
to their
Sunday home in
Phyllis Hussey and other of- I Dayton -
the chartered
cooperative
Keystone Heights. was and Cooper hit .11
Honors Won By explained by means of a skit]i! have moved into the Cason i Worship 11 a. m. Ohio after
j spending
a
ficers. She also
expressed appreciation j Surviving are his wife, Irene I 25 years ago. each to lead Keystone's scoring their 1I cottage. I
of her loyal team It has been announced that while: I project of purchasing a I! week with Mr. and Mrs.. James -
Gene Burbank
IB.I Clemans 0 f Keystone I Carroll Baker paced Berloc Mrs. Celestia West of Gainesville ,
of officers. Outgoing Worthy there will be change in voting the I I Quick-Change Sign to, TRINITY EPISCOPAL Sapp and family. Mrs. LJf-
j Heights. and one son. Harry a ,i i Hornets with 14points be used for '1 is visiting her :
Patron, J. Azzie Williams, was procedure, which will Include The I community ser- 1! son-in-I' CHURCH MELROSB rick and Mrs. Sapp are sis-
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i! Clemans of Gloversville N. Y. Carroll:: Baker. 15-year-old Keystone girls were vice. The Woman's Club responded -I law and daughter, I;

equally grateful to the officers I i, Funeral services were held the use of1 voting machines -j I Keystone Heights High,School winners also, taking their pre- to this appeal with a'' Mrs. Ovid Gano. I Holy Days 10 a. m.. Holy ters.Mr.

and members for their fine j i at 10:30: ajn. Saturday in the at the annual meeting i i sophomore who failed to capture '','Lminary game with Haw- i' generous contribution. Mr. and Mrs. George Mann (Sundays 10 a. m. ChurCh ,I' and Mrs. Weldon Brant

Coop 1' Uon. A courtesy was 'I i Community Church with Rev. this year.Keystone. ;; any' blue ribbons' in three thorne 28'14.Keyston nans. .nave been made to and family of Starke have (! SchooL 11:45 a. m. Morning ley visited Mr. and Mrs Tom

I extended by the Star Points, j I J. R. Smith Rev. Albert C. previous shows took grand ; is slated to play 1 install aid conditioning i, moved into Mrs. Nettie Mann's'! Prayer and Sermon iFirst :, Roberts m Gainesville on

Adah Mrs. Paddle Gilrie: ;I Holt, and Gordon L. Purdy ProAnnounces champion honors in the steer J! Hastings tonight [Thursday] through a committee made i, apartment. Sunday, Holy Communion], (fp Monday.Mr. .

Ruth, Mrs. Ruth Michell; Esther !i I officiating. Plans division of the ninth annual] in the Class C,. Group 4 state of Mrs. W. J. Grolick, chair up i I A recent guest of Mr. and II IIi jn. Episcopal Young Church and Mrs. E. S Brant-

M4 s. Lillian Ennis; Martha I The body was sent to Glov- North" Florida Show and Sale I tournament ,in Hilliard. The "man.. Mrs. G. Allen,. and Mrs. l Mrs. R. M. Cason was Mr. i I men. ley and children of Grandin.

Mrs. Verdell Haynor; ersville. N. Y. for burial in For Novel Event at! Madison Monday. I I winner of this contest will R. W. Becker. This installa- j Cason's niece, Mrs. Bertha Communion. i and Edward Sturdivant of

Electa Mrs. Irene Williams; I I I i Prospect Hill Cemetery. De- C rrol took top' hbnors with II j play Yulee at 7 p.m. Friday. tion will take place in the 1! Pierce of Starke. I The Rev. Lee W. Heaton, Florahome were calling on

Secretary Mrs. Beatrice Witt C. Jones Funeral\ Home I A novel three-day event I fcer 830-p' und, 15-moutit-old Final regular games of the immediate future. ;, Misses Virginia Ford, Rita Vicar. Col. and Mrs. Skinner in Pa-

Schroeder; and Associate Ma- I was in charge of local ar i never attempted in this rear I' Black'l Angus, wih a:so wen ;, season will be,, 'played next Booster Club i Tiller. Trudie Morris, Connie ] mona Park Sunday afternoon.

,: tron, Mrs. Phyllis Hussey. The i,I rangements.sey. ; before, has been announced I. in the D-', ight cfe 5 Monday 1 n Green Co v e Booster Club members are I King, and Beckey Mathews -rTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT------------- Karen Tanner, small dau-

Courtesy: theme was "Teena's r for women golfers by Les "I The daughter of Mr. and I II Springs when the boys A andB selling pepper and vauilla to attended a marshmallow roast |: ghter of Mr. and Mrs. R. L.

Garden" and each contributed -!i I Worthy Matron; H. Edward I Stephenson, pro at the Key- ]i Mrs. Bill Baker cf Lake Geneva .l squads meet ,Orange; Park help purchase a coffee percolator I at the home of Mr. and Mrs. GRANDIN i Tanner had the chicken pox

to her garden culminatingin I: Hussey, Worthy Patron; stone Heights Golf and Country ;I ,. C rrol. is a member of i( for the high school concession Harry Jackson Thursday :, last week.
her parting gift a red rose I I Club. the 4-H Club and had entered -'! have them innoculated. stand. night. I I Mrs. Vira Herring returned
I Bertha Ward, Associate Matron By Charleyene BrantkyMrs.
bush. Associate Patron Ed. ; Leamon Ward, Associate The plans include a one-I steers in three previous:' Women Golfers Trinity Episcopal Church 1! Mrs. Maude Robinson is recuperating f fTY from visiting her: daughter,

ward Hussey presented: to J.j i j Patron; Beatrice Schroeder day pro-lady tournament.I shows at Madison without 1 Begin Tourriacenl' The World Council 0 f .!| after surgery on j YT Y TT. Yy\ Mrs. J.amar. }; dough- in in-
Azzie Williams an artistic !I which will team a male professional winning first place. 'i The Women Golfers of Churches '' i I I'I Thursday.
f Past Matron, Secretary; a i ii Key will sponsor a "Day Thursday and is in room 542 Ethel Brockman of esvJUef'
ceramic camelia flower bowl, and three women i stone Country Club started of ''I I Jimmy went the
Vera Ownbey, Treasurer; I I iI Prayers'at the Episcopal in Alaehua General Hospital. | Grandin and Ralph Brock- Rye to
the handiwork of Treasurer Ednhe Nicholson, Conductress amateurs, plus a two-day ladies for Mrs. Gertrude Christoffers. -I Team Play Tournaments on Church by the Methodist. I! Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Sim- man of Palatka went to Lake NASCAR 500 race in payto-

Vera Ownbey. As most every- invitational.The ; Monday, Feb. 25, and will Presbyterian and Episcopal I mons returned Friday after I na B.each on Sun Iy. There
; Ernestine Eisenacher, r : City last Sunday to visit Mr.
one knows. Azzie Is Key3tone's"Cameilla >> Past Matron Chaplain; Gloria pro-lady competition. I Erin Gay was born at, the continue the series for four I churches on March 1 at 10 a. visiting in Spartanburg, S. C. and Mrs. Richard Brockmanand was an estimated crowd of 70
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King. |i with 75 per'cent handicaps more weeks. This"will be a I m. T$' and Winston Salem N. C. thousand peoplethere on Sunday -
Murrhee, Marshall; Eve Baptist Memorial Hospital in family.!
Past Worthy Matron Beat- '! .i applying, will be staged on :( match type of tbur ament. At 10 a.m. on Ash Wednes- Mrs. Molly Price is recup- -*.
rice Schroeder, as assisting lyn Puckett; Organist; Mi- March 19 over the tight, test Pensacola. She is the second The first day Team 1, con- I day Holy Communion will be erating at the home of her Mrs. Betty Gwinn and Janetof Mr. and Mrs. Ercell Sapp .
riam Mingledorff, Adah; Irene j I child of Rev..and Mrs. Lazelle :
Brunswick Ga.
officer, installed Phyllis Hus- j ing nine-hole course. Entry sisting of Eva 1. Hall, Elva 1 given. Evening services will be j i daughter Mrs. Thelma Cox, at were and family were called to
Williams Ruth Verdell Hay: Owens of Pensacola. Mrs.
sey as Worthy Matron for ; I fee is $20 per team and a pro I Steadham, Fay Mangel and ) held at 7:30: in the Trinity Salt Springs. Anyone wishing ing Mrs. Callie Rye on visit-j' Tampa Wednesday by the
Esther Paddle Gilrie, is the former Barbara
nor Owens
; I Mrs. Gwinn used
1963; and Past Worthy Pa- I may enter as many teams as Lois Olson, won 6 points. } Episcopal Church. : to write her the address. is. urday. 'dti') of Mrs. Sapp's brother
Martha; Esther Stringer, El- I Christoffers and the late Bert in the Brockman cottage.
tron Ralph Crawford as assisting he likes. Team 2, with Freda Wy- :; Duplicate Bridge j i Route 2, Citra. J'E.
ecta; Sara McDonald, Warder Christoffers, Sr. of Keystone C. Sapp. He had been 111
. officer, installed H. The two-day aeal on March man Erma Rushton. Kitty Winners of Melrose Dupli- Mrs. R. F. Gano of Haw- I Those on the sick list this I time. We extend to
for along
; and I Carl Stringer, Sen- Heights.
Edward Hussey as Worthy 20-21 will be played from Martin and Louise Gallup, cate Bridge include the following thorne spent the weekend with past week are Mrs. Hildred 'Sapps heartfelt
Patron for 1963. Past Star I tinel. I scratch with players being! New Resident Complimented won 11-2 points. : Mrs. D. Collins and her son and daughter-in-law, Sapp and Mrs. Ruth Gornto. I the,;; ;; our sympathy -

Point Adah Jean Klinepeter, Ernestine Eisenacher, Past I placed into flights according I Mrs. John Strong, a newcomer Team 3, with Gena Christ- Mrs. John Foster, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Ovid Gano. Both have had a bout with

personally presented the new Matron, presented to Phyllis to their first-day scores. Entry I to Keystone, was the offers, Jane LaCoste, Zee W. H. Davies and Mrs. Rhea I School News the flu. PAEAN BAPTIST CHURCH

,Worthy Matron her gavel. Hussey, V'orthy Matron, the fee here is $10. which will guest of honor at a morning : Tolles and Corrine Louth, won Johnson tied for first place; I The Melrose High School Mrs. Lorene Clay of Palatkawas GRANDIN. FLA.

Musical numbers were sung I Edward "Larson" Jewel, andJ. include a cocktail party and coffee given for her by Mrs. j 7 1-2 points. Mrs. W.J. Grolick and Miss ''Music Department will pre- visiting her parents Mr. "-"

by Mrs. Mary LaRue, accompanied -! Azzie Williams. Past Pa- dinner for contestants and Frank Hgen and Mrs. Charles :' Team 4, with ,Eileen Lee. Sallie Mansfield third place; sent a program, Three Centuries and Mrs. B. J. Alderman, on "R6v. Paul Travis, Pastor

by Mrs. Janet Lamm. tron presented the Edward their husbands or escorts.ner Tolfor at, the Ilgen home on ,i Doris Ottinger, Louise Logs- Mrs. Mary Cook and Miss Iva of American Music." Saturday.Mr. I

," Her selections. "He" and "i I; "Larson" Jewel to Edward I I Lake, Brooklyn on Wednesday, I|I don, and Evelyn Scales, won llill er, fourth place. featuring choral and instrumental -I II and Mrs. Leroy Sapp i Sunday School 10 a.m.

Believe" were appropriate to"i" Hussey, Worthy Patron. PastMatron's on March 2, at the Ma- Feb. 13. !! 6 points. ,' The Intermediate Depart- I selections in the auditorium and children of Lake City I Morning Worship. 11 ajn.

*Jthf occasion. i iv Jewel was presentedto sonic Hall from 5:30 till 7 p. quests included, all of the I Team 5. with Pansy Hawes, ment of Eliam Baptist Church Friday, March 1, at1 were visiting Mr. and Mrs. Training Union 6:30 p. m.
Eisenacher by
.,.vGjieit-Installing.J3rand: Oft Ernestine m. Adults donation. $1.25; DuPont ,wives living in Keystone I Su Dwyer, Aggie Watson and had a bowling party in Starke 8 pan. Admission will be 50, Ercell Sapp and family on Evening worship 7:30: p. m

.tf'rs( werfe' Verna 'Brice Past Wayne Cogdill, Past Patron. i Children 15c. This includes : Mrs._ Ilgen and -Mrs. Mittie Haynes won 9 points. Friday msht. Mrs. Dock Tison cents for.students. It will be i iI Sunday. Midweek Prayer Meeting Wednesday

.. Grand Matron: Vincent Brice j Past Patron's Jewel was pre- i dessert which will be your* Tolford had a delicious assortment Team 6, with Mary Brokas and Mrs. H. O. Williams served I directed by Harold Almany Mr. and Mrs Harvey Doug- 7:30: pm.

': Assisting Installing Grand Pa- sented to J. Azzie Williamsby choice of home-made pie or of cakes and rolls to Vesta Aiken, Lilly Lee, and "as chaperones.Ovid -

iron; Installing" Grand Chap- his wife Irene Williams, cake turned out by well known enjoy with coffee while get- Dottie Parks had a blank. Gano made a busi-

lain.:, Louise Latimer Past Past Electa. 1963 Officers witha Estrellita pastry cooks. Pro- ting acquainted with Mrs. Some of the girls weresiokat ness trip to San Juan Peurto I: KEYSTONE HGHTSMLROSEAPPLIANCES I
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presented Phyllis Hussey
Matron; Installing G rand I ceeds will be for the Masonic Strong. I home, so Lois Walker substituted Rico leaving Friday and returning -
lovely white jacket.A .
Marshall Mary Laura John Building Fund. The Strongs were transfer- for Louise Logsdon; home Wednesday.Mrs.
son Grand Treasurer; Installing reception was held: in the Club ActivitiesOn red from Baltimore: in Janu I Bev Widegren a visitor from M. F. Mehlins of Cleveland -

Grand Organist, Irma 1' banquet hall served where refreshments Hostess- March 28, the Woman's I ry. They have bought the Tennessee and a former Key- Ohio is visiting Mr. BUSINESS DIRECTORYRESTAURANTS I

Williams, Past Grand Organ- I were by Club will sponsor the Coke I house formerly belonging to stoner substituted for Elva I and: Mrs. Morris B. Storer. :
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Chairman Ronnie Harden-j ,
Steadham. Mrs. Cecil R. Hook spent i
is*. i i Mr. and Mrs. Joe PawlikowskL .
Meeting -
J stand at the Annual -
I Gertrude 1
bergh Lois Walker I ; -
] three with her
Officers of the' Regular substitutes will days son-in-
'. ,;The 1963 Electric. Benefit of j I be
Barbara Southwell,\ of Clay -
Houser.
law and daughter Mr. and MILLWORK
*, eystone Chapter Order of : McGlave. i the building fund. I Founder's Day. i May Henderson. Lois, Walker. 'II i I
and Kitty Mrs. J. J. Hearne in
Lucille Slarnes Fran Tampa. I i :
lasternStararePhyl1isHusAre Observed at PTA Living-
i, The March 5 meeting of On March 29, an All Day' Mr. and Mrs. George Hanks ;
comes ston, and Louise Nelson.
Founder's Service Center
> i Since Day T V Keystone
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i Eastern Star Chapter 279 Area Meeting of the Florida in :February' a history of the Mrs. Bili Scales haa: baked I Ii are the parents of a son i ; Lake Brooklyn

You Prepared i will be held in Chapter Roomsat Fellowship of Com munity 'I Keystone Heights PTA was I i a ,beautiful PTA birthday'' Christopher Wayne, born Feb- 1 J. K. TIMES, Proprietor j i I Alillwork ShopCABll'ETS I '
the Church Women of Community 'I''I'i 12 in Bradford Authorized Motorola Philcoi !
8 o'clock. Hostesses for I 'I cake with ruary County I RestaurantSTEAKS
i an appropriate inscription
To Live? the theme of the meeting held i
March Meeting will be Evelyn i Churches will be held in Key- and everyone enjoyed Hospital. The paternal grandmother Sales and Service I
1 charter
DOORS
McElrath. Al- stone, from 10 a.m. till 2 p.1 Feb. 21. Two mem- is Mrs Agnes Hank' Service On All Makes -
Puckett, Amy
ASK YOUR GITLF MAX Mrs. Gertrude Christof- coffee and cake after the 1 CHOPSSeafoods
ma Frost, Millie Muhlhofer, i m. Luncheon will be prepared j' bers." meeting.The and the maternal grandparents TV RADIO STEREO j WINDOW FRAMES

L. R. BRAULT Bonnie Jones Lillian Ennis, by the Keystone Community fers,had and done Miss Gertrude'some research Houser 8th grade won the room are Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Work Guaranteed-TV Rentals SCREENS Orders To GoOIEX

Church Women. I II Rowton of Palatka. Keystone Heights, 473-4651 I
and Bernice Young.
count. Materials
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PHONE 47331: ; and ave a 'c m iee account I
I Chicken Dinner March 2 i On March 30, the local talent I 'I' Fire Dept. Meeting Mrs. J. A. Lassiter and Mrs.
Ja< Hhtay 21 Keystone! Heights;, The Estrellita Club will I Old Time Vaudeville Show I of the progress (Jf the organi- The Keystone Heights Volunteer Vance Powell will attend the:AUTO SERVICE I ITerrell's Sash Made To Order 7 Days 6 A. M. till Midnite
zation.
i I sponsor a Fried Chicken Din- I under the direction of Joe and I Fire .Dept. met Feb. 5 Beauty Show at the Robert Keystone Heights 473-4285 1-4 ,Mi. N. of StopliU
Rosemary Daurer will be held Boy Scoufs of Troop 105 at 7:30: p.m. I Myer Hotel, Feb. 24-25, in ; I
opened the meeting by presenting Keystone Heights!
at the Bradford County High i Chief Everett Fox reportedthe Jacksonville. I Gulf Service I
led NURSERY
and
the colors,
'Bass who finished
School Auditorium, at 8 p.m. following fires during Tommy u
the flag salute. During the II I
will be $1. Ticket Xe8: Used Tires
Tickets I Januapr. hone of which caused I
REAL ESTATE
a business session the secretary
Chairman will be Mrs. Leo 'I : ajiy material damage: Richard Mooneyham. From $3.00 Up AU Sizes Clemens Nursery
reported a balance of $865.8'1"with
i Lubrication Batteries Acces.
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LeBlanc. i woods fires during January, Scoutmaster Barry Wyman
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Birthday Party all bills paid. i i I none of which caused any thanks the following for help- OPEN 7 A. M. 7:30: P. M., Citrus trees $2-50 to1.95

A / On Friday, Feb. 1, Dickie announced President that Max the Mooneyham PTA will|I[i I material damage: woods fire ing with the Campout: Den- Keystone Heights, 473-4279 I some in fruit. Canned or Bare- C. J. Pete O'ConnorREALTOR

Martin son of Mr. and Mrs.! ,i at Hayner property; grass I nis DeWitt, Charles Tolford,I ;I root.
baked
the
be in charge oi I
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E. T. Martin cerebrated his '[f fire In back of Presbyterian I Thomas Elmore and Max Electrical Contractors
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41. I I i birthday uithwhat else-a goods ,stand;! at the annual t Church; woods fire, Smith Mooneyham. Azaleas :3 for $1.00 to $1.00-ea. REAL ESTATE

|I I Twist Party, at his' home on Clay Electric meeting 0 n Lake; grass fire. Trfest prop- 'Personal Notes Jackson Electric Co. Hiway 100 at HiUcrest

j,i Keystone Lake.:: March 28. with Mrs. Fred I j! rty; woods fire, Putnam Hall j jt The sudden death of Harry ELECTRICAL CONTKACTOtt, lOIiTGAGES APPRAISALS
I She asks 3 /2 Miles East of
> Y X4 Gena JIassa was voted the Dodd as chairman. I t William C.. Youns was elected -! Clemens of'Park of the Palms House Wiring. Electric Range I Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4297

: best all-round dancer. Terry that everyone bake as muchas *r to membership in the I has 'shocked the community. and Water Heater Repairs I Keystone Heights
as she is sure that ; Work
Williams possible General Electric Repair
Christoffers and Ray I II ; department. I Mr Clemens was an officer-
I I were the best slow dancers: ; : everything, can be sold. : Ray Chance stated that the |: teacher in the Community Call "Toby" For All Your i I Winifred H.CRAWFORD.

best couples were Billy Be- : The trophy won by the girls i I 1 Scuba School in Jacksonville j I Church Sunday School a Electrical Needs CITRUS IN CONTAINERS

i i, lote and Debby .kingsbury., : basketball team as junners-up has asked for volunteers, and i! member of the Board of Trus- Keystone Heights Ph: 473-4975 I $1.50 To $5.00

and Patty Cox and Mike Murr- in the tournament last week that Civil Defense is sending tees, and of the Church Choirsof "

hee: and winners of the Twist !"vas displayed. This is the first : three members. It was voted ;i both the Community I LUtUS1 Plenty of Blooming Camellias Be" Real Estate Brektf

I Contest were Dianne Hgen | trophy won by any team of that Bennett and Spence-I Church and the First Baptist t Williams |from 50c up. Rare Camellias

THEY'VE GOT WHAT IT TAKES and Kenny Nooney. KHS since the school was :.' Thomas &s! authorized to attend Church. His 'widow, Irene, has Edna grafted, $7.50 up. Plenty or Lake Properties Acre&{ .

CAP Time Changed I started in 1959. 'and' that the $10 fee for I r returhed to lire in their fam- I' FLOKLST-NUBSKBY EVergreens and Landscape Raociej Basin w* Citj

Air Patrol Squadron In the absence of Mrs. each be paid by he''depart- !:I Gioversville N.
to get what they want! The Civil ,"Christoffers, due to illness ment. 'ityhome Y. FLOWERSFor I Plants I / Homes Rental
has changed its meeting Interment took place there. All Occasions
i to Mrs. Walter Andrewsen read Fox Millican. Bennett Let in! landscape your homes We, Take A Personal InUroK
Monday evening Community Church friends
this shared of from I of
A year ago, couple a dream a time Melrose Phone: GP. III
glorious vacation trip. Sunday afternoon from 2:30 I the historical review which i j i Moody, Williams, and Ownbey 6!'Mrs. Bernard Slooomb are 52331I I, NURSERY "In Your Requirement
I stated that the organizational I i were appointed as a committee to I o. C. CARNES I
Today, their tickets are bought and paid for. They; till 4:30, at CAP Headquarters AIrport-I meeting was held at the home :[ to check on all equipment';' happy from hear-thatr at is the recovering INSURAiNCE "1''' tfl!: way: Keystone Heights .
at the Keystone surgery Hiway 100. 23 ml H of Starkr
I leave next Saturday. formerly the "Sky tel." Thisis I II .of Mrs. Christoffers with Mrs. j;\I for needed repairs and sub- Bradford County Hospital. Mr. I J Murrhee Insurance ilelrotclllviay

What happened in the meantime? Three things: I for both the senior members Bill Whitesides serving as the I i I mit recommendations. and Mrs. Slocomb were win-i at Florahome 1b. 681-5665 tl Op 8uadayGB .-.

FIRST they opened savings account in this bank. first Mrs. Christ- Scoots i
a and the cadets. j president. Enjoy ter visitors from Fitchburg AgencyGeneral 5-2DHI
SECOND, they decided upon a definite savings "Proud Grandparents"Mr. > offers described the poor condition 'First Cainp-ont ; j Mass at the Holiday Beach '! t I d'f:'" r.#

program, custom-made to the dream in their hearts. and Mrs. Herbert Nel- : of the school at tr.at I. Twenty-five Boy Scouts of |I Apartments and last year Fire Insurance! Booth RESTAURANTS ,

THIRD, they faithfully! followed their program until son are once more proud !I< time and praised two dedicat-:!.i Troop 105 held their first !Icam..uou Ii they purchased the Fred Wells I --tU Casualty I'f1 LinH- S. B. McKay Realtor

they had "what it took"' for their trip plus a grandparents. The new baby ed teachers Miss Mae Ken Hou- '! of the New Year ': property on Highway 21. Theymoved Keystone Heights Tel. 473-4285,; THEKeystone ? **f IUrLet
Miss Gertrude fct'
I and
and
nedy last Friday Saturday
here last October.
priceless something mere: the habit of successful is the san of Mr. and Mrs. } ; Heights Lake Lilly *3500.Term&AIS .
saving! 'Fred W- Hartmann of Wil- scr.Mrs. their caapstye".on Crystal'Lake. Edward Bleha, owner and
j Huntley Redfearn Sr., I i proprietor,.of White Feather j JEWELER Lot Sunset Lake -
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Why not cultivate this habit yourself? It will irairDn.. Delaware. Born in ; -
r Memorial j.the second vice president ofTA.is The boys:> worked on their! Court, -is visiting with his Restaurant i773.: Ternw Investment.: tract
take you where you want to go in life. Open a the Wilmington ? on hand and said)icampcraft: and advancements daughter, Carol, and family Keystone Jewelersand
i 'Jarre for wn8llota-
he is .the enough
\ savings 'account here today. Hospital on Jan. 9, t that when she assumed office''. in the mornings, and after in-Orlando. Card's! husband. Gift ShopA .Under ,Nw 3Ianagetnent
twalfth grandchild of the : setti1* ta Hide sandy beach.
t there, was only: $7 in the treas- lunch, each patrol took part'in Gather Qaeen, has teen trans- I Specializing In
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Nelsons. Anyone who believes ury. Miss Houser also recoun- relay races and broad jump- ferrei by the Air Force to !I Nice Selection Of Blue PAteI1th CIe, fur.gc 11oawhI1o,. bold

THE KEYSTONE STATE BAH<< they are4 Cheaper by the Nel-doz-i j ted some of the history anch: I ing. They also took part' Jn-; Minot.: Ncrth Dakota: : Theyezpet 1 Wedding: Gifts I :'ng foi},investment.\ ; };-z Tarns.

en" should consult Herb named the presidents and* sawing logs and clearing anj: to leave for the new! Sterling 'I FJ't'Sb"rt'bbIH I BB CB furnished cottage enVautlful

t MEMBER F.D.I.C. son.Mrs. j other officers down through area far an athletic field i assignment on March 21. t; Greeting: Cards I f6 OPEN Lake Ilutchlnscn

Hartman Is the former J the years They were assisted by Jr.1_: Mrs. Ruth Johnson ofj I MFJie & Wallie Muhlhofer: A. 3L-10 P. 31.3Ion.-ThuM.. -
; A Friendly! Bank in A Friendly Community Mary Lou Nelson. i' .!I ",000. Terms.'
Mr. Mooneyhara announced Leaders as*follows: Assistant Youngstown, Ohio, a crinter Expert Watch Repairs OPEN 6 A. M. tU 3Iidnltf
'
: Keystone Heights: Fla. I Little Miss Erin Gay Owens 18.1, that a rabies clinic will be t! Senior Patrol Leader ,Marshall resident! 'of White Feather'Cifit I Certified Watchmaker FrL, Sat., Sun. Keystone Heights Fla
who arrived Friday. Jan. held here soon, and advised Beam, Senior Patrol 'Leafier'' hIl ,
on Monday tq j .
Keystone Heights! 473-4177 I[At the et plJt. Keystone Ilgt. us-un
1, j became the ninth grandchild people to bring their pets to- Tommy Bird, and Eagle Scout [Continued on Page 12)] t ii -1

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TWELVE BRADFORD COUNTY TELEG 3APH, STARK FLORIDA THURSDAY FEB. 28, 1963


y................ .. Parrish and Mrs.last Evatt week of Oxford.were Mr. .rrn.nrr.r.mnvm and Mrs. N. C. Mott Satur- VYTVVVV v........... p.m., the Women of the Com- tions at 7 pan. on Mondays. 1

day afternoon. munity Church will hold their Adult instructions are held at!
Mr. and Mrs. Zack Robinson That's Our Business
KEYSTONEHIGHLIGHTS
GRAHAM BROOKERBy Bryant Moore of Cape Ya- monthly Joint-Circle Meet- 8 pjn. Mondays. I G LAS S
had as Sunday night
"If It's Glass We Have It"
kataga, Alaska, is home for a ing under the direction of -
By Richard CainIAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA guests her sister, Mrs. Della Mrs. Frank FIRST BAPTIST CALL WRITE or VISIT
Green visit with his mother, Mrs. Hgen, program
Shirley
Osteen and son-in-law and
/ Ophelia Moore and brother, ... .lAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAContinued chairman, who has arrangedan KEYSTONE HEIGHTSJ. FOR ANY GLASS NEED I
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce
Mr. and Mrs. Billy Broughton Pratter of High Springs. UAALLIAAAAAALAAAbUAISurprise Buford. [ from Page 10] interesting program" ba,ed R. Smith, pastor Ralph
on "The World Today. SHEA'S GLASS CO.NOT
of Gainesville visited his Party and Hayride Mrs. Neta Dyal of Starke
Dinner guests of Mrs. Nat- the visit with friends and relativesin Trustees of the Comm tnity Copeland, Minister of Music .
was and
parents. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Earl Green was entertainedon i Thursday Friday I
tie Davis last Saturday were I West Palm Beach. Se will Church will meet Monday and church organist. ( INC.)
guest of Mr. and
Broughton, over the weekend. his birthday with a sur- Mrs.: L. L.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Jones, be back at White Feather next night March 4,with Chairman Services: Sunday School "Formerly Joe Peters Glass Co."
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. John prise party and hayride last
McKinney over the weekendwere Mrs. Debbie Hall, and Mr. and Thursday night given by Dyal.Mr.. and Mrs. T. W. Markey week. Frank Hgen presiding.St. 9:45: a- m. Morning Worship, We Design Modern Store Fronts
Mrs. Norman Thompson Sr. Anne's News 10:50 Training Union
Mrs. F. B. Davis and family. : a. m.
: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hin- friends and relatives. The hay- visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank! Just Mail Us A Pattern For
Miss Roselee McKinney who is vacationing at the The Episcopal Churchwomen 7:00: p. m. Evening services
son of Starke, Mr. and Mrs. with ride ended at a house out in Tinney and sons in Gaines- White Feather Court has been will meet Thursday morn- Table Tops

Leonard McKinney and children spent Saturday night the country where the group ville Friday afternoon.Mr. spending some time with ing, March 7. 8:09: p. m. You are invited to 1313 N. W. 4th PL Gainesville, Fla. Phone FR2-4353
her brother-in-law and sister,
time with
share family Prayer
of Augusta, Ga., Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hinson, in enjoyed a weiner roast over and Mrs. William Fow- friends at Pompano Beach. The Mission Board will

Mrs. Eugene McKinney and Starke. an open fireplace. There were ler and family of Jacksonvillewere Rev and Mrs. Milton Scripture meet Wednesday at 8 pm us.

$on. and Mr. and :Mrs James 25 present to help Mr. Green Sunday guests of Mr. are living on Lake Brook- Choir Practice is hee- h ..
Mrs. T. H. Lefevers is aboutto ST. ANNE'S EPISCOPAL
McKinney all of Ocooe. They celebrate. Out of town guests and Mrs. Cecil Melvin and lyn now. Prior to moving to Thursday at 7:30: p.m. On Radio Television
recover from her recent CHURCH Appliance -- --
all visited with Mr. and Mrs. were Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tin- family.Mr. Keystone, Rev. Scripture, a Fridays, the choir meets with
sickness but is still restingup.
McKinney's son and daugh- ney and sons, and Dick Evans, and Mrs. E. W. Hodges retired minister, and his wife Ralph Copeland and all the Rev. Wm. W. Worstall
is still
Mrs. D. Barnes on
teMn-law. Mr. and Mrs. J. all of Gainesville. and family of Gainesville were lived in'Homestead. other choirs from the Com- Vicar.
the sick list this week and we ITS BESTTrained
D. McKinney, in Hawthorne. Farewell Party Saturday night dinner guestsof Mr. and Mrs. George Brownof munity Church and the First Daily offices 8:30 aon. to: SERVICE AT
wish her a rapid recovery.Mr. I
Visiting also with the McKinney Members of the Home Dem- Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hod- Pittsburg, Pa. were recent Baptist Church for practiceon 5 p.mHoly Eucharist, Wednesdays -|,
and Mrs. :Earnest!: Or- callers at the cottage of Miss
> were Miss Carline Mel- onstration Club gave a sur- ges.Mrs. the joint Easter Service 10 ajn. Holy Eucharist ;
tages of Jacksonville were prise farewell party at the J. R. Mott was visit- Anna McCullough: of White music. on 1st and 3rd Sundays | Experts In Each Dept.
ton of Waldo, and Mrs. Mary visiting with her mother, Mrs- Feather Court., The Browns I
Community Center last Wed- ing her mother, Mrs. Brook Lenten Sunday Services each month. Morning Prayer, i i
Griffis of Starke. Kate Starling, over the week- were enroute to South Flor- ,
nesday afternoon for Mrs. W. Perryman, in G a i n esville I 't
each with 2nd and 4th Sundays. Litany j
Mr. and Mrs. Zack Robinson Wednesday night FOR QUICK
end. Also visiting was Lamar ida on a vacation trip. Mrs. I Gay's
T. Blair, who is moving to Thursday.Miss .
visited Mr. and Mrs. Starling, also of Jacksonville. Brown is a cousin of Miss coffee and discussion after- Servj"jj i on any 5th Sunday. DEPENDABLESERVICE
Jacksonville this week. The Ann Vickery and I
Frank Thomas of Hamptonlast Guy McCullough. wards. Sunday Evening Prayer, 7 p
The Fish Are Biting
honoree received some lovely Spence of Gainesville s Home
Sunday. I [Aren't They?] were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Gates Lenteen Sunday Services m. !
I gifts, and refreshments were visiting Miss Shirley Green and daughter, and Miss Kitty will be a comb ratlin Prayer: i I II I CALL I
Richard Cain was visiting I think that had better
we served by the hostesses. and Miss Bettye Fuqua Sun- Fuller all of Springboro Pa. Service and Holy Eucharist. COMMUNITY CHURCH I ,

with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby ask Jerry Broughton about Home Demonstration Club day afternoon. were recent guests of Mr. and New From St. William's KEYSTONE HEIGHTS 964-7511 I I '
Broughton of Gainesville last that. As told on him to me Mrs. N. Mr. Mass through April will be
Two new members and Mrs. Charles Per- Mrs.Donald Lawrence on Lake Appliances

Friday night. Monday night, "Seems like G. Hayes Jr., and Mrs. Eu- ry and daughter of Gaines- Brooklyn. Mr. Gates is Mrs. at 10 ajn., on Sundays. On Dr. A. C. Holt :Minister. ,
Mr. and Mrs. J. Starling of Jerry's been to the river added to ville 5 the schedulewill Sunday School 9:30 a. m.
gene Crosby, were were Sunday afternoon Lawrence's brother. May summer
Lake Worth were visiting his fishing every day for the past the roll at the last meetingof guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Bill Whitesides from Gas- be resumed and Mass on Morning Woship, 11 a. m. Pio- AUTHORIZED DEALERS FOR

parents. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. I two weeks: and still hadn't the Home DemonstrationClub Harrell. tonia, N. C., a former Key- Sundays will be at 8:30 ajn- neer, Junior and Senior Youth Maytag Frigidaire Zenith

Starling, last week. caught anything." Kinda makes in the community Cen- Mrs. Lloyd Dyal was the stoner spent several days in Sunday March 3, will be Groups, 7 p-m. Mrs. GeorgeA.

Mrs. Irene Ratliff visited you wonder what he's been ter. Plans were announced for Saturday guest of Mrs. W. H. Keystone last week as the Holy Communion Sunday for Canova, organist and mu- GOOD USED WASHERS $50.00 AND UP

her mother, Mrs. Minnie Cren- fishing for, now don't it? Well making corsages at the centeron Sorrels and daughters in guest of Mr. and Mrs. Fred the children of the parish. sic director. ..

shaw in Gainesville Sunday.Mr. Jerry. Feb. 27. Mrs. W. T. Blair Jacksonville.Mr. Dodd and family. He enjoyed Now that Lent is upon, us,

and :Mrs. O. H. Gry- Barkers Move was hostess for the meeting. and Mrs. A. L. Green visiting old friends. From Key- everyone is obliged to read .

mad of Charleston S. C. were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bar- PersonalsMr. and sons were weekend guestsof stone, he went on to Tampato and follow regulations as given Your Friendly

recent guests of Mr. and Mrs.. ker and family have moved and Mrs. Ernest Ed- Mr. and Mrs. Alan Mess- visit his daughter Glenda in the Weekly Florida i THE RIGHT POINT for the l'

R. G. Griffis. Also while here to Starke. The Barker's will wards and daughters and Mrs. more and daughter in Savannah and her new husband, Mr. Catholic. way you write. Come In and

they visited with her mother,, be missed and we hope to see Lottie Edwards: called on Mrs. Ga. and Mrs. Greer Woods. March 1 Is the first Fridayof select your favorite ESTER- Community State BankIS
Albert Backmann is in Fort the month, and Mass will BROOK Fountain Pen. TELE- i
Mrs. Griffis. them back out at Graham Lawrence: Hartman in Jack- Mr. and Mrs. Jack Simmonsof
Wayne Ind. on business. He be said in Starke at St. Ed- GRAPH.WILLIAMS. I
Guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed 1 I once and awhile. sonville Sunday because of Gainesville Mr. and Mrs.
will be there for some time, ward's at 7:45: a.m.
the death of her husband Sun- N. c. Mott Saturday after-
-- ---- --- and is anxious to get back to On the Sundays that the ----=---.c==:-
day morning. noon.fT'TtTTtTTVTTTTTTTTTTl. .
Keystone to "thaw.out: Dialogue Mass is said, many : '
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Markey
STARKEBUSINESS Mr. and Mrs. James Devaney persons cannot pronounce l
visited Mr. and Mrs. R. K.
from Jersey City N. J. arrived their Latin. Leo LeBlanc, who W-

DIRECTORY Dukes in Lake Butler Sunday last Friday,to spend the speaks fluent French and English I

afternoon. NE\V\ RIVERBy weekend with Mr. Devaney's and reads Latin as well JEWELRYREPAIRS

I Mrs. Fred Clark is home aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. as a priest, will be happy to
ON
AUTO/ REPAIRS AUTO SERVICE after being a patient in Divi- Roy Turner1AAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA Casper Brune of KeystoneClub assist anyone who asks him

sion Hospital in Lake City for Estates. They were en- for help on the Latin- ba It WATCHES-DIAMONDS:

Starke's eleven days. route to the Mardi Gras in pronunciation or translation I Friday EveningsFROM I

Earl GarageALL Mrs. Alex Williams and son Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Net- New Orleans. or both. I All Work Guaranteed
Cities Service StationJ.
KINDS OF of Jacksonville visited Mrs. tles were visiting Mrs. Net- Rev. and Mrs. James H. Catechism for children 0: 1
A. C. Williams
AUTO REPAIR WORK C. Gardener, Prop. Dave Green Saturday after- tles' parents Mr. and Mrs. Wagner of Penney Farms the Grades 1.6 is taught on Mon-

All Work Guaranteed Every Mechanical Service noon. Mrs. Green was their Andrews, in Jacksonville Sun- parents of Mrs. Raymond day afternoons, at the Re- 142 W. Call St.

General Repairs Automaticr3ltSmissioll9 guest at White Sand Lake for Starnes. will join with some creation Hall, at 3:30. junior Starke Fla.
day.Mrs. ,
Phone 969-2964 4:00 6:00 P.I
the weekend. R. L. Black is back on 24 Golden Anniversary Cou- high school and high school I : #to : I

Ro. Walnut. Stark Cities Service Products Andy Gainey of Lake Ok- the nurses staff at Bradford ples at their Annual Wedding students have their instrucAMBULANCE- I II

TIRES BATTERIES eechobee was home for the County Hospital after a few Ceremony in Memorial Chapelat ,I I For Your ConvenienceWHY

AUTO SERVICE 705 N. Temple Stark weekend with his mother, Mrs. days off with flu. Penney Farms on March

.. PHONE 964-9911 Betty Witt, and family. He Sandra Holt and Betty Net- 1, at 8 o'clock. This is a very I SERVICEPHONE

was here to attend the Gain- tles were shopping in Gainesville solemn yet colorful ceremony, : 964-2600 DON'T YOU TAKE ADVANTAGE OF

Dodd's Service & ey-Starling wedding Saturday Saturday. as the Golden Agers-all mar
Gilbert S. Brown
night. Clyde Moody is able to be ried 50 years and same as DeWitt C. Jones Funeral Home THESE HOURS TO DO YOUR BANKING

Auto Sales back in school. He and his many as 63 years- have a
IU"Ddard OH Service Station Mrs. Dorothy Stanford of I
Rambler Sales &: Service mother Mrs. Albert Moody. procession down the aisle, the DeWitt C. Jones Registered Funeral Director
Starke visited Mrs. Lloyd
ATLAS GENERAL REPAIRING Dyal and :Mrs. Albert Sparks have been real sick with flu "brides" carrying floral bo- Starke, Fla. Community State Bank \

TIRES A BATTERIES for about ten days. quets. Some have bridesmaids,
International Lifetime Friday.
Rev. and Mrs. Augus Law- and Mrs. Starnes will attend RENTAL SERVICES 1
of Starke
Budget Terms Road Service Mufflers Miss Patty Bigham the
was son were visiting Mrs. Murlie her mother, Mrs. Wagner. The Hospital Beds, Wheel Chairs, Crutches
FIRESTONETires.
Friday night guest of Miss Crews last Wagners have been married .,,,, ,, _
Sunday.We II : ." ---'- '- -: 'c.-- -------q: : C- 1
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Phone -
964-7071 Batteries. Accessories Marla Moore at Kingsley Lake -- - -

4fl7 N TeD" le. Stark 528 S. Walnut 964-3861 !1 Mr and Mrs. Edgar Wilk- are having a study 52"Congratulations years. Keystone? friends and Best say, == J : : .:-:: Jtt I'I '
course Wednesday night of
erson of Lake City visited Mr. I
Wishes Always!
each week at the New River I

I Baptist Church on the Gos- Mr. and Mrs. E. V. Wide- AA
p DIRECTORY
.s. pel according to Mathew. Mrs. gren arrived last week from BUSINESS h

a' t'S Leon Holly Is the teacher, and Huntingdon, Tenn- for a visit !

the OLD, HARD WAY\ we are blessed by having sucha with Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hay-

capable instructor., She is. nes who live on Lake Geneva. i I T ,

a wonderful church worker. Their daughter, Sue accom-

also.Mr. panied them. Mr. Widegrenhad .Auto Electric Service I AUTO SALES & SERVICEB I I CEMENT ___I GARDEN SUPPLIES I'

and Mrs. Oscar Carterof to return to Tenneseee, LINTELS WINDOW SILLS

Starke were Sunday visitors but Beverly and Sue remainedon Automotive Electric & G Motors Co. STEPPING STONES"If Johnson & Faris, Inc. I

of Mrs. Crosby's mother, for a longer visit. The It's Cement We Cast It"

Mrs. J. L. Johns, who has Widegrens are former Key- CADILLAC-OLDSMOBILE Complete Line of
Cement
been ill for three weeks. stoners and former neighborsof Service F-85-HILLMAN SEEDSPLANTSFERTILIZERS

The heavy rains lately have the Haynes family. Precast Products I

LIFTING...LUGGING 11 IQ YS V V,'',' New River running over for Barry Wyman and son Bar- Repairs Our Specialty Sales and Service 2033 N. E. 27th Ave. Gainesville Insecticide! -Pet Supplies '.
Generators Ignition
the first time in months. ry Jr., were in Daytona Beachon Starters 2001 N. W. 13th. Rt. 441 PHONE 872-0953 "We Rent Fertilizer Spreader '
Regulators, Solenoids,
Union Tavern, just across Sunday enjoying the auto PHONE 376-7515 224 N. W. 8th Ave.
Arama.turesWater \
New River in Union County, races. FHQNE 372-0476
& Fuel Pumps CONCRETE PRODUCTSINSIST
;e burned completely down Friday Mrs. Bill Siprelle and son Crane Motor Co. Gainesville, Fla.
Exchange Service on Starters
morning. of Jacksonville were in Key-
and GeneratorsWholesale THAT ALL YOUR t
to that little stone Sunday visiting
Sorry report on Retail LARK ANGLIA CONCRETE PRODUCTS LADIES WEAR .

STOOPING...STRETCHING Jim Johns is still real sick friends. 620 S. Main Gainesville ENGLISH FORD ARE THE BEST FROM
with flu and sorethroat. Community Church News MERCEDES BE.'iZVOLVO

t Farmers in this section pre- Mrs. R. N, Sunderland gen- PHONE 372-6990 Edwards Building
Authorized Sales & Service
'i.I paring land for spring plant- eral chairman of the ninth Cherry'sGainesville's

ing notice that Joe and Ferric annual tea of the Community AUTO BRAKES "Complete Service for All Supply, Inc. Most FashlonabU

have their ground ready Churchwomen, to be held on Makes' Address For Ladle

I to plant, just waiting for March 14 at 2 p.m. has an- -- _506__ _E., Universitv____ n_ Ave. 726 S. J.lain-372-48U DRESSESSUITSCHATSMATERNITY
warm weather.Planted nounced her committee chair- Hull's Brake Supply PHONE S72-434S" Gainesville, Fla. WEARACCESSORIES- --

about half my garden men as follows: Mrs. Joe
Gainesville Fla. ELECTRIC MOTORS
plot today includingsome Wildt, chairman of waitresses "BRAKE SPECIALISTS"For ,
105 W. University Gainesville
I I I I peas, string beans. Ford- ; Mrs. Walter Grolick refreshments Electric Motor

hooks, butter beans, and okra. ; Mrs. James Cook, Every Car or Truck VOLKSWAGENSalesServiceParts

PINNING.,.UN-PINNING It's probably too early for tea table decorations; guest Turning Grinding Relining Repair Co. MUSIC SUPPLIESNew

planting but the ground was book Mrs,.Charles Titus; pub- While You Wait INC.

ready and the family almanac licity, Mrs. Francis P. Egan; 1314 S. Main Gainesville Miller-Brown MotorsInc. OF GAINESVILLE and UsedPIANOS

ELECTRIC said it was: a good day to reservations. Mrs. Barry Wy- COMPLETE ELECTRIC
DRYER 372-1497 .
let plant this type crop. man. A musical program is MOTOR GUITARSDftUMSSIIEET

an The contractors seems to being arranged by Mrs. Frank PHONE 372-3532 SALES AND SERVICE MUSIC

be making good progress on Hgen. chairman and first AUTO RADIATORS I "Distributor of Budget Terms
1030 E. University Ave.
rebuilding State Road 100 vice president.
the load! f Gainesville New Lincoln :Motors":
carry from Starke to the Union Since this is to be a seated PHONE 372-8318 Jllian's Music Store

County line. It will be a nice tea, reservations should be "Gainesville Leader"

Dries clothes in minutes. softer, fluffier, wrinklefreeand road when it's finished. made as soon as possible to Butler's Radiator DODGE-DART- 1030 S. :Main. Gainesville Since 1933:

sweeter-smelling than when dried outdoors. Day or Mrs. Marie Banks had as Mrs. Barry Wyman Phone Service DODGE TRUCKS FARM & INDUSTRIAL 112 8. E. First Galnesvflto

night, rain or shine without exposure to whiplash weekend guests her sister-in- 473-4956. Sales-Parta-Service -
law Mrs. Robert Moore, Mrs. World Day of Prayer March > j r -
winds air-borne dirt Tractor Co.
or sun-fading. Most Modern Cores In Stock USED CARS TOO Central MOVER
Pearl Randolph Batts Mrs. 1, will be at 7:30: panin the
Less wardrobe needed. JoAnn Carter and Mrs. Char- with Rev.J. Repairs All Cars-Trucks FORD TRACTORSFord
changes are The saving can mount Community Church .
National Trailer Rental Poole-Gable Motors
up quickly in homes where small children rapidly out- lotte Williams, all of Cleve- R. Smith of First Baptist Farming Implements
,.
grow their clothing. land. Tenn. They drove to Church, Rev. William Wor- 519'S.. W. 4th Ave, Gainesville Agricultural Industrial Gainesville

Cedar Key for dinner, then stall of St. Anne's Episcopal, PHONE 872-0496 119 S. E. 1st. Ave. Gainesville Complete Service & Parts Dept.

An Electric Clothes Dryer costs less to buy and only to Ocala and Silver Springs and Rev. A. C. Holt of the PHONE 372-iMS Good Used Equipment Mayflower I

ti ,, Iii pennies per load to operate. It's flameless needs no and had supper with an uncle Community Church joining 4488 N. W. 6th. Gainesville

flue, so you can install it anywhere. Oscar Randolph, and fam- with members of these churches AUTO SALES &SERVICELINCOLN PHONE 376-5430 I LOCAL AND LONG

t ily. Sunday they visited Cypress in this Annual Interna- Automatic TransmissionsONE FLOOR COVERING DISTANCE MOVING

For complete washday freedom, go all-electric in your Gardens at Winter Ha- tional Day of Prayer. Storage And Crating

a laundry, with automatic Electric Washer, Clothes Dryer, ven and report a 'wonderful Mrs. Raymond Starnes is MERCURY Central Florida Tile, Gainesville Phone S78- %U

"sit-down" Electric Ironer tine. General chairman. Leaders of DAY SERVICEALL
and
super-fast, super-safe ..-.;;- jCOMET FIAT METCOB
.tt Electric Water Heater for all the hot water you need the program are Mrs. J. R. Authorized Sales-Service- MAKES-REPAIR & Marble Co. ROOFING

i when you need it See your electric appliance dealer today PENTECOSTAL Smith, of the First Baptist Parts AND EXCHANGE CARPETS BY .

324 W. Brownlee St Church; Mrs. Richard Murr- Lee's Monarch, Loomweave,

) hee of St. Anne's; and Mrs. Gator Automatic Downs The Helzel Co.

An Electric Dryer orfk.d20Uord ; } ameless._ .{ Sunday School, 10 a. m. Michael Redfearn. of the Trained Mecban1cs-Good Room Size W&H to wan
I.
Washer will help qual- .trs CHEA"'R TOOl Morning Worship, 11 a. m. Community Church. Mrs. E. Used Cars Transmission Service Installation ROOFING

i by our home for the Evangelistic Service. 7:30 p. m. A. Rushton is In charge of INC. Armstrong and Kentfle e SHEET METAL

MEDALLION .. 4 FLORIDA POWER & LIGHT COMPANY Prayer Meeting Wednesday, ushers and Ralph' Copeland Barkley Motors Floor Coverings Am poNDmoNiNa

7:30 p. m. Prayer for the sick Minister of Music, will be at I
HELPIN6 BUILD FLORIDA at an services.-David T. :Mc-, 19 SE 2nd Place (next to P.O.) COMPLETE LINES OF No Job Too Large Or Too Small

Ghee the organ. I 615 N. Main Gainesville Gainesville PHONE 372-0372 TILES MARBLEutO 205 s.. ,E. 4th St. Gaba11De
pastor. i Monday;. March 4, at 7:30 Waldo Ed. G'ville 376-64W PRUNE S72U91PAGE








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